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The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend - Section 4: George’s Theory …; Caroline Organizes…; and A Different Kind of Shop Summary & Analysis

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George believes that the disappearance of his daughter Sophie was the catalyst that began the economic crisis they were in. Before Michelle left him, she’d informed everyone in town that Sophie wasn’t his, and he immediately became ‘poor George’ in everyone’s minds. Now, having been sober for six weeks, he is determined to help Sara with the bookstore, and to rid himself of that moniker once and for all.

Caroline begins visiting houses to collect some of the items required to get a bookstore off the ground. She is looking for armchairs, and a variety of lamps. Thankfully, this is not the first time Caroline has organized a collection and she rarely has trouble getting the things she needs. Having visited five houses already, she approaches Susan and Henry’s...

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