The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer - Chapters 33 - 36 Summary & Analysis

Michelle Hodkin
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Chapters 33 - 36 Summary

In Chapter 33, when Noah takes Mara home, he tells her that he plans to pick her up for school the following morning. She feels that something has shifted between the two of them. Once inside, Mara has Daniel tell her exactly how he came to meet Noah and tell him about her problems. The next morning, Mara decides to take her Zyprexa because she wants to be normal for both herself and her family. She runs into her father as she goes out to meet Noah. He tells her that his trial is scheduled to start in two weeks. He's planning on moving to a motel to prepare for the trial and tells Mara that they will talk before he leaves. When Mara and Noah walk into the school the following morning, Noah threatens a guy who makes a lude comment...

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