The Mothers - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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The Mothers talk about their ardent devotion to praying and how they heard the rumors about Nadia crashing her father's truck. They felt bad about Robert Turner, who had had to deal with his wife's car after she committed suicide in it, not knowing what he did with the vehicle. They remember how they always noticed the spot where Elise Turner, Robert's wife, knelt before she killed herself.

The narrative then shifts to the past, where the Turners were visited by Pastor Sheppard, who asked about the accident and offered Nadia a job assisting his wife at Upper Room. While Nadia was hesitant, Robert was adamant that she work there over the summer and pay off the damages to his truck, while also saving for college. While driving to work, Nadia remembered the story behind her mother discovering Upper Room; along with a young...

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