The Truth About Forever - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

As the book's third chapter opens, Macy reveals that she has trouble sleeping. She's always been a light sleeper and so it's ironic that she missed the final run with her dad because she was sleeping soundly and didn't want to get up. Since his death, she's developed a fear of sleeping because something bad might happen. When she does sleep, she dreams about running, an activity she's enjoyed since she was 6 years old and shared with her father. However, she quit her high school track team after his death and cut her teammates out of her life, as she did with most other people.

Macy begins her job at the library and she is miserable from the beginning. Two other girls, Amanda and Bethany, work there, and they're very cold and unfriendly toward her. When she complains about them in...

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