Boy's Life - Part 3, Burning Autumn: Chapter 5, Case #3432, Chapter 6, Dead Man Driving, Chapter 7, High Noon in Zephyr, and Chapter 8, From the Lost World Summary & Analysis

Robert R. McCammon
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Part 3, Burning Autumn: Chapter 5, Case #3432, Chapter 6, Dead Man Driving, Chapter 7, High Noon in Zephyr, and Chapter 8, From the Lost World Summary

In chapter 5 of part 3, Cory returns home from school one fall afternoon and learns that his dog was hit by a car. Cory goes to Dr. Lezander's office and learns that the damage is so severe that the doctor can do nothing for Rebel. Dr. Lezander asks Tom to sign the release to have Rebel put down. Before he does, Cory asks to see Rebel. Cory cries on the floor, begging death to leave his dog alone. Rebel stops breathing. However, Rebel recovers. Over the next few weeks Rebel recovers completely and is able to return home. Rebel is different, however. Rebel does not eat...

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