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The Abduction Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twelve Summary

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Chapter Twelve Summary

Aiden cannot believe his ears. His parents and Agent Harris believe Aiden should return to school and pretend nothing is amiss. Aiden argues the idea is preposterous, but his father is adamant. Realizing he has no choice, Aiden goes along. He is accompanied to classes by an FBI agent acting as a bodyguard. In every class he attends that day, Aiden must sit and pretend along with his fellow students that a hulking, sunglass-wearing FBI agent is not also present, silently glaring at every student who moves suddenly or has to sharpen his or her pencil.

As the day wears on, many parents drop by the school to retrieve their children. Some do not want to have their kids exposed to risks because Aiden Falconer is at school, as they view the family as a whole as a magnet for troubles. Some believe the Falconers...

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