Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 64 - 66 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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June and Greta stop at Toby’s to get some clothing for him on the way, and by the time they get to Bellevue, it is almost two in the morning. Greta tells June to pretend she is Toby’s sister from England and promises to wait until she is sure June gets in. When June finds his room, she enters, and he takes off the oxygen mask, smiling at her. June begins to cry, and he tells her to get out and try again. She pulls it together and goes in again, telling him she brought him some clothes after hugging him. She helps him sit up, and he tells her it isn't her fault – and that it would have happened anyway. He tells her things she didn't realize, letting her know that he’d done things for her behind the scenes...

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