The Deep End of the Ocean - Chapters 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25 and 26 Summary

Chapter 25

Reese has two weeks of school left and is writing a thesis on multiple personalities while trying to avoid the publicity and recognition about Ben's homecoming. Reese did not mention seeing Ben earlier because he felt the idea that the neighborhood kid was Ben was too far-fetched. Tom Kilgore tries to help Reese uncover his feelings about Ben's return. Reese considers joining the basketball team at school; he and Sam have been practicing and playing in the driveway. Reese is becoming very serious about improving his game. Reese recalls being upset when Sam did not recognize him. Sam has good manners and is germ-conscious, unlike the othe Cappadoras The school coach, Teeter, tries to encourage Reese about playing basketball, but tells him he has a huge chip on his sholder with no heart to back it up and calls him...

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