The Perfect Son - Section Two: Ch. 8-15 pg. 81-156 Summary & Analysis

Barbara Claypole White
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Chapter 8 begins from Felix's perspective, as he relates that his partner Robert had not been happy with his decision to step back. It's the morning, and he begins to make Harry's sandwich, Turkey. He is unsatisfied with his first two attempts, and they are tossed out. His third is an aesthetic success, after which he wakes up Harry by sliding an ice cube down his back. Harry responds to this action with an expletive, and an accusation that Felix was torturing him. Felix is startled by this and refers to Harry by the Hazza nickname again. He recalls his promise never to hit Harry, a promise he has broken only once before. After he drops Harry off at school he answers a phone call from Katherine to coordinate hospital visits, as well as field the numerous calls that Katherine...

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