Shark Girl - Section 15: Part Three, pages 262-276 Summary & Analysis

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Section 15: Part Three, pages 262-276 Summary

In "The Talk", Jane corners Angie on the way to the bus stop because she needs to make this right. When Jane says she wants to be friends again, Angie notes that Jane is different lately; she knows Jane is different, but Jane just seems so mad all the time and she asks what she did. Jane tells Angie that she is kind of bossy about her hair and makeup, and Jane does not want to change anymore because she has already been forced to change enough. Needing to get to the truth to end this, Jane admits that what Angie said about Max really hurt her feelings because she needs Angie to be on her side. Angie claims she was only trying to help because she did not want to see Jane get hurt...

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