Numbers: Book 1 - Chapters 30 through 33 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Ward
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Chapters 30 through 33 Summary

In chapter thirty, Jem says she'll talk to the police but only if they release Spider. Jem confesses to the rector that she can see the dates of death. The rector tries to convince Jem she's overreacting and that she'll get a fair hearing if she tells the police everything. Eventually, they allow the police into the church to question Jem. She says there is a doctor as well but she knows she'll be "carted off to the loony bin" if she tries to explain about seeing the numbers.

Karen arrives and seems honestly worried about Jem. Karen says Jem can come home with her now and that they'll deal with the police together. Jem says she won't leave the church and the rector says staying isn't an option because she can't remain alone. When it becomes evident Jem won't leave...

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