Sister: A Novel - Chapters Seven and Eight Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters Seven and Eight Summary

In chapter seven, Bee leaves and heads to the park to see the site of Tess's murder. Upon arriving, she sees flowers, teddy bears, and other gifts left by strangers and friends to honor Tess's life and the life of her baby. Bee is moved by this. She goes into the bathroom and, after seeing the blood all over this disgusting bathroom, she knows for sure that Tess would never kill herself, and she would never do it in such a lonely, disgusting place. Upon leaving the bathroom, she meets a man who has brought flowers to the site. He and Tess had freqently smiled at each other as they were out walking in the park.

As she leaves the park, she sees that the Serpentine Gallery Simon had said he had met Tess at is closed...

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