F - Chapter 2: The Lives of the Saints Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 takes place several years after the main character's father leaves them. Martin, Arthur's son from his previous marriage has become a priest and he is dealing with coming to terms with his own faith. He leads mass and confessionals but truly doesn't believe in a God or any higher calling. He muses about his first sexual encounter with an overweight girl he'd known in high school. It had ended badly when her parents and his mother walked in on them just as they were disrobing. He talks about meeting with a demon once. Martin is all into his Rubiks cube and even competed in the championships, but didn't win, coming in second.

Eric, Martin's stepbrother, calls him up one day to go talk. Eric is a business man who seems perpetually angry. Martin and Eric go out to...

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