The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

For fifteen minutes, Trisha yells herself hoarse, cupping her hands around her mouth in an effort to project her voice in the direction she thinks the trail might be. Then she cries for another few minutes, which makes her feel a little bit better. The bugs surround her face again, and it takes all her willpower not to slap at them. Instead, she waves them away with her autographed Red Sox cap while she reasons out her situation. Should she keep walking or stay put? Before she can reach a rational decision, fear propels her feet forward, and Trisha is again on the move.

She has trouble accepting her situation; after all, only a short while ago she had been safe in her mother's van, listening to Quilla and Pete snipe at each other. She recalls again Pete's last words, "-don't know...

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