The Blue Girl - Pages 152 - 183 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 152 - 183 Summary

Starting with 'Now: Maxine' the narrative switches to Maxine's perspective as she wonders if she will ever be as cool as her friend Imogene. She is waiting on the steps of her front porch as she considers all of the events of the previous few days; her first date with Jared, and the ghost boy Adrian. When Imogene arrives they tease each other about their respective dates before Maxine informs her that tonight they are going to Crowsea Public Library, there to meet the writer Christy Riddell.

When they arrive at the authors unofficial writing workshops, Christy Riddell appears to be a friendly, earnest older man who listens to Imogene's story about the ghost boy, the fairies, Pell-Mell and her dreams. He insists that all of these things could indeed be real, and that the only way to really find out...

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