History of Wolves - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Emily Fridlund
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In Chapter 13, Linda paddled the canoe across the lake to the Gardeners' lake house. She was wearing Patra's headband and imagined it pulsing with the word “please” (Location 2217). Linda had not set out to go to the lake house, but found herself there. She realized she was very hungry and went to the door. The police later asked if she was concerned about Paul, but she said hunger drove her there. She planned to go inside and find a snack without waking anyone, but then decided she would eat as much as she wanted, from the refrigerator if she chose, and could take other items, such as the cell phone and Leo's manuscript. She could not decide if it was a plan from long ago, or a plan at all.

Inside the house, Patra was awake and on the couch. She asked if...

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