The Good Girl - Section 4: Eve After - Gabe Before Summary & Analysis

Mary Kubica
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(Eve After) - Mia tells Eve about a reoccurring dream she has had. In the dream she is watching herself sleep in a chair. It is in a cabin and she has a gun in her lap. She senses feelings of fear, terror, and foreboding. The man who has kidnapped her (Colin) touches her to wake her up. She knows that she could kill him, but she does not do so.He calls her Chloe and tells her that he has made some eggs. Eve wonders whether the dream is symbolic or real and focuses on two things: the words on the sweatshirt she was wearing and eggs. She realizes that the words, which are in French, are Minnesota's state motto and wonders why, if the dream is a memory, Mia did not shoot Colin. Then she searches for...

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