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The Face on the Milk Carton Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary

Lizzie explains the entire situation to the Johnson family. Janie's grandparents sympathize with the Springs, saying that if the situation were reversed, they would not forgive the people who took away their daughter. Everyone is afraid for what might happen next. Janie's appetite has finally returned, so Reeve orders a pizza. The phone rings as he is about to call, and the room turns silent. No one answers the telephone, fearing that it might be the Spring family who is calling. Lizzie urges them to call the Springs, but Janie's grandfather doesn't want to take any action in case the letter has not been mailed. Janie's grandmother, however, feels that it is their duty and their responsibility to call the Springs. Janie is terrified and doesn't want to meet with the Springs. Janie's mother picks up the phone, begins to dial, and hands the phone to Janie...

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