Second Helpings: A Novel - The Seventeenth Summary & Analysis

Megan McCafferty
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The Seventeenth Summary

Bridget calls Len the next day. He asks why she sent the email to him and he apologizes that it says he plans on losing his virginity to his date on homecoming. She says she thought he had a right to know. At Bridget's house, Bridget tells Jessica to drop the act because everyone knows she wrote it. When Bridget points out the evidence that points to Jessica, even Jessica starts believing she write wrote it, even though she didn't.

The Seventeenth Analysis

Because the evidence points to Jessica, everyone thinks she wrote the email. This is going to cause everyone at school to walk on eggshells around Jessica because they think she is the one that is outing them. This also foreshadows Jessica going into investigator mode to try to uncover who the real writer of the gossip email is...

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