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

Jack Ketchum
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Chapter Thirty-Four through Chapter Thirty-Seven Summary

David admits in chapter thirty-four he never ran again. He admits he feels as though he is outside of the torture and pain, but is addicted to seeing how far it will go. For several days after the shower, the Chandlers keep Meg clothed and untied, feeding her soup and sandwiches, allowing her blisters to heal. When David arrives one day, however, Eddie is there, and Meg is again tied up, stomach down on the table. Eddie is beating Meg across the butt with his shoe, while Willie hits her with a belt. David goes upstairs, as Eddie is too into it. Susan is upstairs, doing a puzzle. David asks if the sounds of the torture below bother her, and she notes they do. David tells her he can't stop them, and she replies that she knows. Together, they...

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