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How I Live Now - Chapters 18-21 Summary & Analysis

Meg Rosoff
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Chapters 18-21 Summary

In Chapter 18, Daisy recounts the frequent communications she is having with Edmond, in which she sometimes can smell him, hear him breathing, or sense the weight of him lying beside her. She doesn't see him, but one time she envisions where he and the others are living. She talks to him constantly about the life she and Piper have at the McEvoys and often can sense him listening. Daisy declares she is not interested in the paranormal, but she thinks this is happening because of the rare circumstances brought about by the war. In Chapter 19, Daisy asks Major McEvoy about the smallpox threat, and he suggests it has been overblown by the army to prevent people from wandering around, getting into trouble. Secretly, Daisy likes this answer, because it means she can plan to get back to the others. She suggests...

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