Burning for Revenge - Chapters 15 & 16 Summary & Analysis

John Marsden (writer)
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Chapters 15 & 16 Summary

Ellie spends the next day cleaning up her grandmother's house. She picks up the broken possessions on the ground, wraps what few clothes are left of her grandmother's in plastic, and does her best to organize the mess. As she works, Ellie can't help but feel frustrated that all of her grandmother's belongings, which would have come to her someday in the will, have been either stolen or destroyed. The rest of the teens go about their own tasks. Kevin tends to the garden, Fi does all the cooking, Homer finishes odd-jobs around the house, but Lee is often missing and no one know where he has gone. Ellie and Fi discuss Lee's strange behavior that night, while snuggled in bed together. Fi thinks Lee has been heading into town on his own, and both girls hope he isn't starting solo missions up...

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