Sister: A Novel - Chapters Twelve, Thirteen, and Fourteen Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters Twelve, Thirteen, and Fourteen Summary

In chapter twelve, Mum tries to move on with life by packing up Tess' things, because she is not ready to deal with her grief. Once she leaves, Bee put Tess' things back where they belong. She then goes to Simon's to question him about the drugs. He seems to know nothing about drug use and cannot believe Tess would use drugs. But Bee does learn about his unhealthy obsession with her sister. He has photographs of her all over his bedroom that he had planned to use for an art project. They were shots taken while stalking her. Bee gathers up these photos and leaves as Simon screams at her that he needed them for his project. Arriving home, she finds Todd trying to destroy the psychotic paintings.

She returns to the present and...

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