The Nest - Part Two: The Kiss Chapters 8-10 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
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In Chapter 8, in the late 1990’s Paul Underwood had bought the building that had formerly housed Plymouth Paper Fibers Inc. It became home to his literary magazine “Paper Fibers.” Even though he lived in the apartment on the fourth floor of the building Paul never went to the office in apparel that wasn’t suited for work. He liked his life of routine and habit. One of his habits was his daily walk along the Fulton Ferry Landing. Recently he’d begun meeting Leo Plumb during his walks.

When Leo had ended “SpeakEasy” magazine and hadn’t invited Paul to be part of the Internet version Paul had been very angry. He was also hurt that no one else seemed surprised that Leo wasn’t taking Paul with him. When Paul asked Leo about his decision Leo lied to...

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