The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender - Chapter 20 – Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Leslye Walton
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Chapter 20 – The first time as a mother, Viviane feels as if she is not in control. She receives a call from Jack Griffith, saying Henry and Trouver are at his house. At the solstice, Rowe leaves to pick his mom up from work after kissing Ava once more, while Ava and Cardigan begin the long run home. At Cardigan’s driveway, she yells that she and Ava are going to be sisters-in-law, and then runs into her house. Ava watches as her mother drives down the road, and Nathaniel approaches Ava. Nathaniel believes that Viviane has gone out looking for Ava. She agrees to wait inside with Nathaniel and wait for her mother to come back. She also notices that Nathaniel seems more normal, and less pious and attractive. She is ashamed at her secret infatuation with him.

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