The Testament - Chapters 34-36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 34-36 Summary

Troy may have despised his children, but they had still inherited some of his genes. The smartest of them, Rex, had inherited his father's ability with numbers. Unlike his siblings, Rex had reviewed all of the paperwork his lawyers presented him. He realized that the work being completed by each of the lawyers was redundant and the fees the lawyers would earn would substantially diminish their inheritance. Rex invited TJ to breakfast and explained the situation. TJ agreed. He fired his lawyers and joined Rex and his lawyer, Hark. They also discussed getting their other siblings to join and jokingly referred to how proud their mother would be that they were all getting along.

Nate's condition was improving daily. Josh wanted to speak with him about Rachel and the will but that wasn't possible because Nate was receiving intravenous painkillers that made it difficult for...

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