The Key to the Golden Firebird - June: Chs. 9 - 11. Summary & Analysis

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June: Chs. 9 - 11. Summary

In Chapter 9, Brooks is standing in front of the judge on a rainy Tuesday when she pleads guilty for drinking and driving. Her license is suspended for the rest of the year, she has to see a counselor for substance abuse, and pay a $300 fine. As she stands in front of the bench, all she can think of is the image of Dave and Jamie on the bed. Dave is elusive at school and Jamie doesn't have time to talk to her. She feels alone at school. However, now that she has taken out the Firebird everyone wants to drive it.

May watches the rain fall from the window at work while listening to Nell tell about her previous night with Pete. They were naked in bed together when his mother came home and almost caught them. May is...

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