The Bookseller - Chapters 30 and 31 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 30 Katharyn stands in front of the bookstore. It is foggy. She looks through the window and thinks how much she loves Frieda. Suddenly she is irrationally angry with her friend. She wonders what will happen to her, Frieda and their shop in this world. She also wonders what will happen to her children in the other world. She wishes she could see the woman with the autistic daughter again. She feels she would know better how to act around them. She would give that mother a free copy of the book for which she was looking.

Inside the store, a Patsy Cline song that Katharyn knows has not yet been released is playing. When she tells Frieda that Patsy Cline will die in a plane crash Frieda does not seem surprised but instead as if she already knew. Katharyn also notices...

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