Identical - Kaeleigh (p. 481), Raeanne (p. 493) Summary & Analysis

Ellen Hopkins
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Kaeleigh (p. 481), Raeanne (p. 493) Summary

In Kaeleigh (p. 481), Kaeleigh is falling through a deep opiate sea of booze and painkillers. Daddy won't be home for a while, and by then Kaeleigh might be beyond saving. She hears Raeanne's voice, from a childhood memory at the playground, telling her to get up. The voice morphs into present-day Raeanne, saying Kaeleigh should get up or Raeanne will have to kick her ass, and then Raeanne goes for help. A door slams. Kaeleigh tries to swim away, to hide. She counts the steps coming closer, twelve to her door, twenty to Daddy's. A voice starts to lift Kaeleigh from the water, slaps her, then fades away. She tries to drown, but footsteps won't let her sleep. Daddy's voice returns, along with a woman's, then air rushes into Kaeleigh's lungs. She leans over the side of...

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