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Steena Holmes
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Instead of another nightmare of Emma disappearing, last night’s dream was as if her little girl had never been kidnapped.
-- Narrator (chapter 1 paragraph 2)

Importance: Megan, who has had nightmares of her daughter's disappearance, dreams that her daughter did not disappear. In her dream Emma was never kidnapped. This dream is an idealized vision of what she wants her family to be and what she wants her to family to return to.

Her family was healing. Why couldn’t she be happy? Because she wanted more.
-- Narrator (chapter 5 paragraph 40)

Importance: Here, the narrator reflects on Megan's unhappiness. Her family is readjusting, moving on, and healing. However, Megan still seems to be stuck in some kind of emotional turmoil. She can't understand it, except that she wants something more than healing. She is unhappy. Later, she will learn that this is because she has not forgiven herself for Emma's initial disappearance.

But I can tell you the first step...
-- Jan Brewster (chapter 7 paragraph 57)

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