Nine Perfect Strangers - Chapters 18 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 18, Tony, is written from Tony’s perspective. Tony is back in his room after his meditation session. He is not happy about how his body feels especially since he used to be fit. He thinks about the death of his dog, his children and his grandchildren. He also thinks about his ex-wife and how she is closer to all of them then he is. He decides to go for a swim and is surprised that his shorts are too small. He manages to get them on them, however. When he goes outside, he runs into Carmel, who is crying. Then he sees, Frances, who he calls Loony Woman, in the pool.

Chapter 19, Frances, is written from Frances’ perspective. Frances is not happy to see Tony coming. She is glad that the other woman, Carmel, has left. She still calls Tony the serial...

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