Second Helpings: A Novel - The Twentieth Summary & Analysis

Megan McCafferty
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The Twentieth Summary

One of the students' mothers forwards the Pinevile Low to the powers that be at school—anonymously. The story makes the front page of the local newspaper. The administration cancels homecoming because nobody will admit to writing the gossip email. The students protest but the protest falls apart when they say they'll suspend sports activities if the students don't return to class.

Marcus suggests they plan an alternative event to homecoming. Marcus tries to convince Len that it's time for the band to play. They decide they'll have to get Sara to host the party because she's the only with a big enough house. they swipe Jessica's name of "Anti-homecoming" and ask Jessica to convince Sara to throw the party.

The Twentieth Analysis

Jessica mentions being one of the most antisocial people in school. She also mentions Taryn Baker being...

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