Somebody Else's Kids - Chapters Four though Six Summary & Analysis

Torey Hayden
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Chapters Four though Six Summary and Analysis

Every day, Boo's mother arrives but never agrees to come in. Boo then stands still near the door until Torey helps him remove his "outer garments." One day he doesn't help him at all and he stands still that entire time. After two hours she can no longer stand it and helps him. Afterwards, as is always the case, Boo begins to move around the room and is particularly enamored by the pet snake named Benny. Other than that, he touches and smells everything, including walls and Torey. She says at the end of some days she wiped the saliva off her arms and neck where Boo had "tasted" her, but that physically holding him is the only time she can interact with aim. Boo is also interested in Lori and Torey calls it a...

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