The Girls in the Garden Quotes

Jewell, Lisa
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The foot is attached to a person. Pip passes the beam from her mobile phone across the figure: a girl, half-undressed. Shorts yanked down to her thighs, floral camisole top lifted above small naked breasts. Her hair is spread about her. Her face is a bloodied mass.
-- Narrator (July 5, 9 p.m.)

Importance: The quote describes how Grace looks when Pip finds her in the Rose Garden after she has been attacked. The way she is described is eerily similar to the way that Phoebe looked when she was found dead many years prior.

Because they all remembered — painfully, clearly. The late autumn night when the three of them had walked home from dinner at a local restaurant and found their house ablaze, their father standing on the pavement in his scuba-diving suit, waving his arms toward the flames, shouting out profanities and nonsense, his eyes wild with madness.
-- Narrator (chapter 4)

Importance: Pip, Clare, and Grace have moved to...

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