The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

April Henry
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Chapter 5

The girl drives, figuring out it is late fall and that she is up in the mountains. She gathers all this information based on instinct and her thoughts, but she still can’t remember facts about herself. As she thinks, she realizes it isn’t safe out here and she shouldn’t ask for help in case she stumbles across the other murderer.

She remembers she stole the man's phone and thinks she should call 9-1-1 for help. Yet reaching into her pocket, she hurts her fingers again and it causes her to think further about her decision to call someone. She figures that she can’t tell them her location or name and that cell towers probably aren’t close by. Plus, she doesn’t want to wait for help somewhere and risk discovery by her captors. The chapter ends...

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