Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 61 – 63 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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June keeps trying to reach Toby, but there is no answer – not Sunday or even Monday morning. After school, she runs into Ben in the library who tells her that the wolves exist no more. The Gazette reported that a pack of feral dogs were found and shot after complaints were filed. He invites her to his place to roll for a character in his game, and she agrees. She tries Toby again with no success. She goes home hoping for a note in the mailbox, but there is none.

June starts to wonder if she called Toby on purpose just to get him in trouble, to pay him back for being closer to Finn than she was and because they both knew about her feelings for her Uncle. As each day passes, she begins to feel more and more like her mother. She...

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