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The Abduction Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Five Summary

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Chapter Five Summary

Blindfolded so she cannot see, Meg awakens in the back seat of the fleeing kidnapper's van. She gathers her wits, realizing she is seated next to Mickey Mouse. Because of his slender build and obviously youthful voice, Meg deduces he is the youngest of her abductors. But she senses that just because he is nearer to her in age, it does not necessarily mean he will be anything but kinder to her during her ordeal. Her ultimate fate should she trust him, Meg unhappily concludes, is still in doubt.

She remembers some of the cheesy thriller novels her father John has written and had published from time to time. They are routinely standard, but they do feature a hero who uses his wits to get himself out of bad predicaments, rather than his fists or a gun like most bad t.v. shows. Meg appreciates...

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