Phoenix Rising - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Visiting Nyle in her room is now a regular routine for Ezra. Each day, Ezra is able to climb the stairs easier. Together the two teenagers teach the puppy new tricks. Ezra is able to walk now without the use of the cane, but he keeps it with him anyway.

One day at school, Mr. Perry calls Nyle into his office. Mr. Perry tells Nyle that he has had a conversation with her grandmother and knows all about the evacuees staying with them. Instantly, Mr. Perry calms Nyle's rising fear. Instead of a lecture, Mr. Perry explains that he will be sending home studies and books for Ezra, and he tells Nyle that she will be the messenger. Mr. Perry understands the sensitivity of the Trent family staying with Nyle and her grandmother, puts her fears to rest and tells her that what they are doing is...

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