The Liars' Club - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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When Mary arrives in Antelope, her new home, it is nothing like the wonderful city her mother described. The daytime landscape is stunningly beautiful, but after nightfall the mountains looming over the town remind her of the skies in Transylvania. Mary is fascinated with the book Dracula at the time, and she even goes so far as to found a Vampire Club with herself as the only member. Although her imagination is particularly wild at this point, the town truly does have a sinister atmosphere. Founded during the Gold Rush, Antelope emptied out afterwards and became just a brief stop for lunch on the way to exclusive ski destinations up the road. The family stays in an old resort hotel until Charlie rents out a two-story furnished house that once belonged to the bank president-turned-embezzler.

Soon after, Mary starts school and finds the Antelope system to be...

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