The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer - Chapters 13- 16 Summary & Analysis

Michelle Hodkin
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Chapters 13- 16 Summary

In Chapter 13, the officers on the scene see Mara when she throws up at the sight of the dead man. She hears them say that they plan to euthanize the dog. Mara waits until the officers go inside the house then runs for the dog. Mara carries it until she is out of sight of the cops. Mara tries to wrap her mind around the coincidence of the man dying just as she had wished that he would. She has decided to call a vet for the dog when Noah walks up to her. He offers to drive her and the dog to a vet.

In Chapter 14, Noah names the dog Mabel. The vet to which Noah drives them is Noah's mother. As Noah drives Mara back to the school, Noah tells Mara that he had found American girls boring until...

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