Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 8 Summary

Finally, Gail seeks help from an adult, even a professional, about her problem. Unfortunately, Gail does not get the help she needs. At first, the counselor thought it was a set up, a practical joke on the counselor. When the counselor realized that it was a real problem and that Gail was visibly upset, Miss Venable leaves her alone while she takes the problem to her senior counselor, Mr. Sampson. Neither of the counselors provides any practical ideas on how to handle the situation or help resolve itAlison leaves Gail with Miss Venable and goes to her study hall period. Fortunately, the stalker does not make any calls the rest of the week. By Saturday night, the storm hit hard.

Gail is again babysitting Mrs. Montgomery's children. Shortly after Mrs. Montgomery and Coach Foster left, Gail was apprehensive about being alone so long...

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