Nine Perfect Strangers - Chapters 49 - 58 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 49, Ben, is written from Ben’s perspective. Ben gives up on trying to pick the lock because he knows they do not have the right tools even though the others continue to try. He thinks about the drugs and his sister and realizes that he is not an addict even though his mother has told him that it only takes one time to become one. He remembers what he and Jessica talked about. She wants to wash up and he says that no one will not care if she is not wearing makeup, but she says she cares. He wonders if they are fixed. When Jessica goes to wash up, Zoe comes and they talk about his sister. He says that his father does not want anything to do with her and now his parents are divorced. Zoe say that people react...

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