Missing May - Part Two: Set Free - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Set Free - Chapter Six Summary

After the day in the garden, Summer feels as if she and Ob are on separate life paths. After the day after the garden, Ob doesn't get out of bed, and Summer knows something is terribly wrong. She runs to his room and asks if everything's alright. He calls out her name, weakly. He is shaking, and looks gray in the light: "I must have overslept,' he whispered. And he knew, as well as I, that he had never, not any day of his life, overslept" (Page 45). Summer knows that Ob is humiliated, and graciously offers to leave him in bed while she makes him some coffee.

While Summer is preparing coffee, she realizes that Ob didn't oversleep simply because he was tired, but because he was really ready for...

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