Nine Perfect Strangers - Chapters 1 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 1, Yao, is written from Yao’s perspective. Yao is on a call on his first day as a trainee paramedic. The patient, Masha, says nothing is wrong with her, but her PA said she called because Masha passed out and fell out of her chair. Finn, Yao’s partner, finally convinces Masha to allow them to take her blood pressure. Then, Masha has a seizure. Yao thinks that they need to wait out the seizure, so when Finn tells him to start compressions because he realizes that Masha is in cardiac arrest, Yao pauses for a moment. She is in full cardiac arrest when they carry her out of her office.

Chapter 2, Frances, is written from Frances’s perspective. Frances is driving to Tranquillum House. She is going there at the suggestion of a friend for a 10-day retreat. Guests give the...

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