The Children Act - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, Fiona left Newcastle about a week after Adam came to see her at Leadman Hall. In the car on her way out of the city she became panic stricken over her kiss with Adam and imagined that if anyone had seen them the resulting scandal could ruin her career. In order to distract herself from these fears, Fiona called Jack and suggested he make a reservation for dinner at a nearby restaurant that they both liked for the night that she would return home.

Two weeks later Fiona returned to London from her trip around the North of England and went to the restaurant for dinner with Jack. Towards the end of the meal they struggled to come up with neutral conversation topics and the atmosphere became awkward. Jack started to give Fiona an in-depth account of a geology lecture he had...

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