The Mysterious Benedict Society - Everything as it Should Be — Caught in the Act Summary & Analysis

Trenton Lee Stewart
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Summary

Reynie explored more of the campus in the chapter “Everything As It Should Be.” He recognized one of the Helpers whom the group met as Mr. Bloomburg, a man who had inspected the Stonetown Orphanage. Reynie was troubled that the Helpers didn’t know how long they’d been at the Institute. After the children apologized to the man who told them his name was Harry Harrison, they discussed their strange encounter. They noticed the same sadness in the Helpers' eyes that they’d seen in Milligan’s eyes. Reynie realized they must have all, like Milligan, had their memories stolen. Reynie suddenly realized that Mr. Curtain had made Milligan lose his memory and that Mr. Curtain had intended to retrain him as a Helper. Even though the Helpers couldn’t specifically remember who or what...

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