Cycle of the Werewolf - Chapter 7, July Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, July Summary

Ten-year-old Marty Coslaw is terribly disappointed that the town's Fourth of July fireworks have been cancelled. Marty is unable to walk and uses a wheelchair, and he looks forward to the fireworks all year. His mother tries to explain the wisdom of cancelling the event, his father tries to assure him that next year's fireworks will be twice as good, and his 13-year-old sister Katie expresses delight that, finally, Marty doesn't get everything he wants.

Marty understands the reason the fireworks have been cancelled. Everyone in town is afraid of the Full Moon Killer. Although people assume that the killer is a person, there are whispered rumors that it is really some kind of supernatural creature, perhaps a werewolf, but Marty doesn't believe that.

Marty is thrilled when his Uncle Al secretly gives him a package of fireworks and firecrackers. Al...

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