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The Girl Next Door Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Four through Chapter Seven Summary

Jack Ketchum
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Chapter Four through Chapter Seven Summary

In chapter four, David is away from Meg for a few weeks, but returns in time for the Carnival, run by the Kiwanis. David watches as the carnies put up the rides, and finds Cheryl and Denise, two local girls, watching as well. Cheryl is a gangly young woman and well behaved, whereas Denise, Eddie's sister, is reckless and daring. David likes Cheryl, but is often annoyed with Denise. The three talk of the Carnival and the upcoming rain, and Denise mentions The Game. David recalls last summer, when The Game, or Commando, started in the woods. One child is it, and the other children make a base camp in the woods. The one who is it tries to hit as many kids as possible in camp with apples. The one who is it never wins, and the camp...

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