The Overdue Life of Amy Byler - Chapters 14 - 17 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Harms
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In Chapter 14, Cori writes in her journal that her father suggested a book that she is actually enjoying. He has also told her that e-readers are soulless and has encouraged her to read from the print version. She is also excited because her father has gotten her a spot at an Olympic diving camp. Cori writes that she hopes her mother will come home before she leaves for camp because she needs help packing.

In New York, Amy walks through Talia’s neighborhood and thinks about her marriage to John. Because she was so busy she did not try to understand that he felt rejected and ignored. With the fresh point of view that her momspringa has given her, Amy can understand how John felt neglected. While John had the physical things that he needed, his emotional needs were being ignored. Amy is...

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