Come to Me - “Silver Water,” p. 87-98 Summary & Analysis

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In "Silver Water" the reader meets a young girl named, Rose. She's David's oldest daughter. This is the young girl that the reader met in the previous story, whose sister, Violet, almost drown in a hotel pool. Rose is shown to have been completely normal before her decline. She sings so beautifully that everyone believes that she is destined to be a singing sensation when she is older. Unfortunately, by the time she is 15, she has begun to change for the worse.

Rose stops singing. She stops combing her hair or taking interest in her clothing. Her mood swings are legendary and her mother, Galen, is at her wits end as to how to help her. Both Galen and David, at first, believe that it is some sort of normal teenaged angst, but when she begins exhibiting bizarre behavior, David, who...

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