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Candy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue Summary

Luke Davies
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Epilogue Summary

The Epilogue, Candy, repeats the first three paragraphs of the book. It is summer in Sydney and the narrator meets this great girl named Candy. He details exactly how he gets her into heroin. At first he deters her from it. Then he helps her do it for recreational use and then spiraling toward addiction. He is in love with Candy. He wants their love to be stronger than heroin. Then they can live their lives. But one night when he, Lex and Candy use a strong amount of heroin, Candy overdoses. The narrator fills a syringe with salt water and injects Candy. She comes back to life and asks for more heroin. The narrator is in love and ends the book saying he has a good feeling.

Epilogue Analysis

The book ends where it began for the first three paragraphs. After all this time, the reader...

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