Somewhere Safe With Somebody Good - Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven begins with Timothy in the bookstore writing his second love letter to Cynthia. Timothy goes to the rectory basement where Sammy and Kenny live. Sammy is not home. Kenny tells him he knows that Harley told him about the stolen cue and Timothy says that Sammy returned it. Kenny acknowledges that Sammy had the worst childhood of any of the siblings in their family. He says Sammy felt terrible about breaking the cue and also tells Timothy that he knows Sammy hasn’t found God yet.

Timothy returns home and realizes he cannot find the letter he wrote to Cynthia, which he considered one of his best ever. Later that day Timothy asks Cynthia if they can stop writing letters. She agrees and says she’ll wait until his latest letter is found to hear the things he wrote in it...

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