Going Too Far - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Echols
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Chapter 14 Summary

Meg explains that she became claustrophobic because she resisted chemotherapy. She tried to run away from her parents while they were taking her for her first session. The police strapped her down and forced the treatment on her. This is why she doesn't like seatbelts or to be locked in a car. Meg thinks about her roommate, a 10-year-old girl died of cancer. Lois calls for John because there is a robbery in progress at the convenient store. While they're waiting for John's backup, Meg kisses John for luck and they hold hands. John and the other officers bust into the store and get the criminals to drop their weapons.

Chapter 14 Analysis

Meg is finally talking about her feelings about having cancer with someone. She didn't even confide in the psychologists that were hired to help her when she got cancer and refused...

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