Seeds of Yesterday - Book Three: Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Epilogue Summary

The "Epilogue" is written by Jory to finish out the story his mother began telling. Jory explains that Trevor, the main servant, finds Catherine dead in the attic. Trevor says she was staring into the sky.

Trevor says he noticed Catherine had not been feeling well, saying she had been so reflective as if trying to make sense of her life. Her eyes were full of sadness. He was concerned about her, so he searched the entire mansion to no avail before remembering the attic.

Trevor says the attic was decorated with paper flowers, even some glued to the walls. The news which makes Jory cry. He feels guilty for not making her feel more needed. He knows that Bart would have dropped his world missions tour to come home if he had only known how sad their mother...

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