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Phoenix Rising Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

Ezra flourishes. As he regains his strength, Ezra devours his studies. Now, the back bedroom looks less like an infirmary and more like a healthy teenage boy's room. In fact, Nyle can barely find a trace of Mrs. Trent or Gramp.

One afternoon when Ezra and Nyle are in his room doing homework, the fire department sirens go off. Immediately, he commands Nyle to close the curtains. Nyle tries to calm Ezra's fears, but he succumbs to them anyway. Soon, the sirens dissipate, and they hear a lone fire truck drive by on the road. Ezra recovers quickly and thanks Nyle for understanding.

Ezra then talks to Nyle again about how he admires her and her grandmother's way of living. Ezra tells Nyle that he does not like being led around like sheep and decides at that moment that he will be in control of his life...

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