Second Helpings: A Novel - The Fifteenth Summary & Analysis

Megan McCafferty
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The Fifteenth Summary

Pinevile Low questions who really peed in the yogurt cup for Marcus. Since Taryn is the one who said she did but didn't, combined with what Paul said to Jessica about Taryn, Jessica realizes Taryn is the writer of Pinevile Low. Jessica corners Taryn in the library and confronts her. Taryn admits to writing the emails because Paul is always pushing her to stand up for something. Taryn says she also did it because of Jessica's editorials when Jessica was writing for the school paper. Taryn also poses the question to Jessica asking if Taryn isn't the one who peed in the cup, then who did?

The Fifteenth Analysis

Taryn admits that because people act as if she doesn't exist that it was easy for her to gather the information she needed to write Pinevile Low. Taryn seems to know that...

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