The Silent Sister - Part Two: 17-22 Summary & Analysis

Diane Chamberlain
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Chapter 17/Lisa/January, 1990: Lisa sits alone in her room in the middle of the night. Her father comes to get her. He only lets her take her backpack. At the last minute he tells her to remove her favorite pendant, and instead of leaving it behind she tucks it in her pocket. They drive both cars to the river. Lisa tries not to think about what she's leaving behind: her mother, Riley, Danny, and her violin "Violet." It's snowing as they park at the river, deep in the woods. Lisa pulls the kayak off of the car and drags it to the river, by herself, thinking of Riley and Danny and her lack of options. Her case, the lawyer says, is unwinnable. She will go to prison. Her father has planned everything: new clothes, new identity, new life. They leave the riverbank...

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