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Odd Thomas - Chapters 53-58 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 53-58 Summary

Odd's mother accuses her son of being a leech, of sucking her strength away. Odd's mother also informs him that she wanted to have an abortion when he was inside of her, and she wishes she had. Odd tells her he loves her, but this only makes her angrier, more determined to hurt him. Odd's mother holds the gun to her head and tells Odd that he is making her commit suicide with his needs. Odd leaves, trying not to dwell on the darkness of his childhood and trying not to blame his Grandma Sugars for not rescuing him from his dungeon. Grandma Sugars once wanted to take Odd on the road with her, but he refused to go. Now Odd wonders if he had gone if he would have discovered his Grandma Sugars suffered the same mental illness as his mother, only that it...

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