The Lovely Bones - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

Susie follows her killer in his life on the run. Mr. Harvey visits the places where he killed previous victims. Susie also keeps track of the living rather than noting the dead. Fenerman has the same habit as well. He is now determined to visit Jack. Fenerman also has Susie's charm that was found in the Pennsylvania woods.

Abigail settles in to the hospital and sleeps in her husband's room. As her parents sleep, Susie whispers the poem her father liked to recite to her when she was young. At the same time George Harvey began dreaming of Lindsey's number five soccer shirt. He has this dream when he feels threatened.

As Jack and Abigail sleep, Susie comes into Jack's room. Jack is lucid, and he begins talking with Abigail about the effect of her return on the family and the children's reactions...

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