The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove - Admitting You Have a Problem, Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Christopher Moore
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Admitting You Have a Problem, Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter Four, an artist named Estelle Boyet is the first to feel the effects of the placebo substituted for her antidepressant. Her paintings of the ocean become dark. Estelle goes to the Head of the Slug saloon instead of the group session for widows that Val suggests. At the saloon, she finds many people who are also unknowingly suffering withdrawal from their medication. Theo is stationing himself at the bar, since that is where he is usually needed. Estelle talks with Theo, who comments on the strange goings on in Pine Cove and how busy he has been lately. Estelle surprises herself by staying to listen to the music until closing. Catfish, the bar's new blues guitarist, persists in inviting Estelle out to the beach. At the beach, Catfish is...

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