Phoenix Rising - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Mrs. Haskin, one of Nyle's teachers, returns to school after taking a leave of absence immediately after the nuclear leak. Mrs. Haskins assigns the students to write a letter to their congressional representatives and senators. In the letter, Mrs. Haskins wants the students to explain what it is like now and to ask the legislators what they plan to do for the community in the future.

That night at home, Nyle does not even try to read the book. Instead, she sits there and stares at Ezra, willing him to live. A nurse recently hooked up an IV to him. Mrs. Trent begins to show signs of radiation sickness, and soon Gran is taking care of both Mrs. Trent and her son. One night, Mrs. Trent tells Nyle that she is Israeli and disappointed her parents by marrying out of her faith. Mrs. Trent goes on to...

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