The Girl With All the Gifts - Chapters 16-21 Summary & Analysis

M. R. Carey
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Summary

In Chapter 16, Melanie’s senses are overloaded when Parks takes her up the stairs and outside. They go to another building where they first enter a shower. As she waits in the shower and observes the room around her, she tries to memorize the route they took to get to that building from her cell. After the shower is finished, Parks wheels Melanie into the lab where she sees animals and parts of humans sealed into jars. Dr. Caldwell asks the sergeant to transfer Melanie from her chair to the table. When she’s strapped into place, the sergeant leaves and takes Melanie’s chair with him. Melanie assumes that means she won’t need it any longer. The women undress her using scissors to cut her out of her cotton shift.

In Chapter 17, Justineau knows something is wrong when doesn’t see...

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