Lullaby - Chapters 23-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23-27 Summary

In Chapter 23, Oyster continues to place and answer ads for a fake law firm handling class action suits. At the same time, Oyster tells stories about sailors who left animals on islands to provide themselves with food, but these animals would kill off the indigenous animal life. Streator becomes annoyed and begins counting again.

In Chapter 24, Streator searches through Helen's day planner while Helen and Mona go inside the next library. Streator makes a list of the names he finds in the book and at another library he uses the newspapers to check out each name. They all turn out to be deceased. Helen catches Streator and explains that she kills for diamonds and other jewels as a way to deal with the power of the culling song. Helen and Streator then search for the book and discover it has been...

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