Imagine Me Gone - Section 2: Part 1 (Michael, Alec, John) Summary & Analysis

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In the first chapter in this section, Michael writes a series of letters to his Aunt Penny about their sea voyage to England. In his letters, he tells her that Alec is lost for most of the voyage and adds to that tales of the boat going through a hurricane, sex trafficking, and diseases.

In the next chapter, the family now lives in England. The children are adjusting to their lives there. John is unemployed and picks Alec up for school. As the chapter opens, Alec is naked in the bathroom. The bathroom door is hard to open, but he realizes that it would only take one hard push to open it and whoever did would find him naked. The thought excites him. He pretends to not be able to get out of the bathroom. First, he gets his mother's...

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