The Vanishing Year: A Novel - Chapters 19 – 24 Summary & Analysis

Kate Moretti
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In Chapter 19, Zoe feels less pressure with Henry in Japan. Zoe asks Cash if he knows what it is like to have no one. Cash is surprised by this because he thought Zoe and Henry got along well at the benefit. It causes Zoe to think about how she grew her hair long, got rid of her nose ring, and began dressing differently at Henry’s request. She thinks about how Lydia has told her she is not the same person anymore. Zoe and Cash then arrive in Danbury, Connecticut. When Zoe meets her mother, her mother says she must be quick as she has an appointment. Zoe believes Caroline looks almost exactly like her. Zoe reveals she is married. Caroline asks what Zoe wants from her. Zoe explains that she wants to know what happened and wants a friendship. Caroline says this will...

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