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Middlesex - Book 3, Flesh and Blood Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Flesh and Blood Summary

Just as President Nixon is lying about his involvement in Watergate, Callie is lying about having her period. The plot to cover up what is not happening works and it calms her worried mother down. Since the family's summer trip has been canceled, Callie makes plans to go to the Object's summerhouse. On a Friday soon after, Callie rides with the Object's father to the summerhouse. When they arrive at the house, Jerome is there to greet Callie and show her to her room and The Object is out on the porch with Rex Reese. Hearing Rex's name makes Callie's blood boil.

After Callie gets settled in the Object's bedroom, she meets the others on the porch. Now that Callie has arrived, they want to go out to a hunting lodge in the woods. Callie follows the Object back to her...

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