The Deep End of the Ocean - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Chapter 15

Pat and Sam argue about where Sam will spend the fourth of July holiday. Pat insists he go with the family, and Reese suggests maybe Sam wants to see the house where he lived when he was little. Beth knows Sam needs some time to adjust. Sam is feeling that the Cappadoras do not care about George and Sam's former life. Pat reminds him that they are a family and they are going together. Beth decides to take two cars so she and Sam can spend some alone time together in Peshtigo.

The night of the fourth, the Cappadora family goes in Laurie and Rick's boat onto the lake, and Sam does loosen up a little and enjoys himself. When they leave, Sam goes with Beth toward Lake Michigan. Sam sings with her and tells her his mother sang; Beth remembers Cecil's...

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