Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 4, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 30 Summary

When Sophie pulls into the house, Joseph nearly falls over himself as he rushes out to see her. She asks him if he misses her. He says yes, but he wants to kill her. Later, he asks her if she left on a whim or if she had planned it a long time. Sophie says they were not connecting physically. Joseph asks if she found an aphrodisiac in Haiti. Sophie says she does not need one; she just needs understanding. Joseph says he does understand—she is reluctant to start but after a while gives in, and seems to enjoy it.

That night, Joseph and Sophie watch a movie about two lovers. Sophie tells Joseph her mother is pregnant.

The next day, Sophie takes Brigitte to the doctor, to make sure she did not catch anything on the trip. The child...

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