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Bruiser - Chapters 24-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 24-30 Summary

In Chapter 24, Brewster has tried to remain antisocial to reduce the number of people he cares about, therefore protect himself from taking their injuries. Brewster's uncle knows what he can do and does not like him to take injuries from anyone but himself and Cody. Therefore, the uncle tries to keep Brewster at home when he is not in school.

In Chapter 25, despite his uncle's attempts to keep Brewster isolated, Brewster begins lying about his whereabouts in order to sneak away with Bronte.

In Chapter 26, when his mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, she sent Brewster away to protect him from getting the cancer when it began to spread. However, his mother called him every day.

In Chapter 27, Brewster is bullied by another student in the lunch line until Tennyson comes to his defense.

In Chapter 28, Tennyson begins training Brewster on...

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