Girls on Fire: A Novel - Us: April-July 1992 (Dex:The Devil’s Playground, Lacey: Good Intentions, Dex: Urge Overkill, Lacey: Blood Ties), Them. Summary & Analysis

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The second section, “Us: April-July 1992,” starts with the chapter “The Devil’s Playground,” which is told from Dex’s perspective.

Dex and Lacey drove three towns over to Dickinson to take mushrooms at a church. After the service, they planned to go to a field and find the meaning of life, but instead they got in a truck with a group of boys, went to a farm, and ended up killing a cow in a pseudo-satanic ritual. Dex blacked out, and when she came to, she was in a barn making out with a boy, and Lacey was with another one. Dex wanted to leave, so Lacey left her boy and they drove off together.

They slept in a field, and when they woke up Dex began to...

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