Sister: A Novel - Chapters Seventeen and Eighteen Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters Seventeen and Eighteen Summary

In chapter seventeen, Bee decides to not tell Mr. Wright about the man in the park because she is sure he was a figment of her imagination. She returns to telling her story.

Upon returning home after meeting with Tess' friends, she sees that the answering machine is blinking; it is an unimportant message, but Bee realizes there is a second side to the tape. She hears a lullaby; this lullaby seems vicious and evil because the message had been left the day Xavier was born. Bee assumes this had probably not been the first time this message had been left and that this was the nuisance call that was driving her sister crazy.

Bee leaves a message for DS Finborough and heads to St. Anne's to speak with Dr. Nichols. Dr Nichols, surprised to see her...

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