Nine Perfect Strangers - Chapters 68 - 74 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 68, Tony, is written from Tony’s perspective. Masha says that they must separate themselves from their beliefs and assumptions in order to achieve deep transformation. Zoe says that she can smell smoke and Masha says that the place is burning down. They see smoke coming from under the door and the screen goes black. Tony says that they need to block the doorway. Napoleon and Heather have already gone to get towels, but then more smoke comes in. They hear the fire. Tony feels claustrophobic and then starts thinking about the fact that his children would grieve for him and the things they did to show that they love him. He thinks about couching children and taking Frances out on a date. He does not want to die.

Chapter 69, Frances, is written from Frances’ perspective. Everyone huddles together with wet towels over...

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