Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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June walks through the woods, this time going further than she usually did. Lying down in the snow, her thoughts are a jumble of Finn, his cremation, the funeral home, and Toby. She hears a long and mournful howl and sits up as a second voice joins it. Then, more voices join. Their voices seem to come from everywhere. For a brief moment, she is transported to the Middle Ages - a time when wolves would hunt and consume people foolish enough to be caught in the woods. She tells the woods she isn't afraid, and then she runs back to the school.

One morning, not long after Finn's funeral, Greta stops June on her way down to breakfast and invites her to a party being thrown by one of the people doing the lighting for South Pacific. June hesitates, because she and...

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