The Guest List - “Aoife, The Wedding Planner” p. 213 — “Johnno, The Best Man” p. 247 Summary & Analysis

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In “Aoife, The Wedding Planner,” Aoife pulls Freddy away from his work to talk to him for a moment, sharing with him how upset she is because Olivia’s story could have had a tragic ending, like their own story.

In “Now, The Wedding Night,” Freddy, who is only carrying a flashlight, instructs the ushers to come back to the tent because the police have been called. The ushers decide to continue looking.

In “Earlier That Day, Jules, The Bride,” when it is time for the toasts, the lights go off, making Jules even more uneasy even though they quickly come back on. Jules’ father is the first to speak.

Jules thinks the guests probably believe her father paid for the wedding; but, Jules could afford the expensive cake and dress because holding her wedding...

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