The Face on the Milk Carton - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Janie and her friends Reeve, Sarah-Charlotte, and Jason spend the following Saturday watching rented movies and playing games together. During Trivial Pursuit, Sarah-Charlotte asks Janie about the milk carton in her notebook. Reeve tries to protect her, and Janie runs upstairs to get the milk carton. She locks herself in the bathroom and begins to shred it but instead hides it under her mattress. As Reeve becomes frustrated and tired of Janie's talk about New Jersey, Janie turns to her notebook to indulge all of her thoughts and theories. One night, after attending an awards banquet for her grandfather, Janie finally dials the 800 number listed on the milk carton. A recorded message tells her to leave her information and someone will return her call, and she hangs up without saying anything. The phone rings and Janie is alarmed, but it is just Sarah-Charlotte calling to talk about...

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