The Forgotten - Chapters 21 - 30. Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21 - 30. Summary

In Chapter 21, London is getting ready for bed. Her mother is working late and London feels sorry for her, even though she is still upset about the envelope. It has been three and a half months since she found it. London reads through her notebook. She knows the bald man is her father, so he is not the person who died. However, in her memory she can't make herself look to see who is dead. She sees a groundskeeper. He smiles at her and she wants to kick him. London can't get past the fact that she still can't see Luke in her future. She also thinks there is a connection between Luke's arrival in her life and the arrival of the "memory." She writes two questions before bed: "Why can't I remember Luke?" and "Whose funeral is it?"

In Chapter 22, London arrives at gym...

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