Dead Sleep - Chapters 26-27 Summary & Analysis

Greg Iles
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Chapters 26-27 Summary

It is night when Glass wakens. She hears Wheaton sobbing somewhere, but when she turns on the tap to the tub he does not respond to the noise. She is able to get out of the tub but is uncertain how to escape. She begins to form a plan and moves the cooler, which still has some ice in it, and the junk food closer to the tub. As she hears Wheaton approach, she gets back in the tub and pretends to be unconscious. She hears him talking to himself as he changes her IV bag and injects it with more sedatives. She passes out. She awakens in daylight. Wheaton is painting.

In Chapter 27, Wheaton tells Glass about his childhood. His mother did not leave him; she was killed by his father and left for Wheaton to bury. This event is...

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