Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 4, Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 34 Summary

Sophie goes back to her therapist and tells her she is worried about her mother. She explains about her mother's condition. Her therapist says Martine should see someone, or at the very least have an exorcism. She says it is very dangerous for her to go on like she is. She also suggests that the unborn child is proof of Sophie's mother's sexuality, something that neither Sophie nor her mother may be comfortable with. After the appointment, Sophie stops by the place where her sexual phobia group is held, and drinks tea by candlelight.

Book 4, Chapter 34 Analysis

Sophie's therapist's advice—that Martine should see a therapist immediately or at the very least, have an exorcism to try to confront her demons—confirms that Martine is in danger and thus heightens the suspense. After the appointment, Sophie feels the need to return...

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