The Twelve Tribes of Hattie - Cassie and Sala Summary & Analysis

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Summary

It is 1980, five years after Bell’s story. Cassie and her daughter Sala are living with Hattie and August in the home they finally own in Jersey. It is a small two bedroom home with a small yard. Cassie is hearing voices. She calls them the Banshees. They tell her to do terrible things that harm herself and Sala. They also tell her to do things that destruct the home and say things that hurt people’s feelings. Cassie does not want to do as they say and fights furiously but loses.

The Banshees tell Cassie that her parents lie to her, poison her food, and are trying to harm her. As an antidote to her parents poison, Cassie looks for the right plants in the yard. She digs up the whole yard, then chops up the roots furiously without eating or...

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