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The Voice on the Radio Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Eleven Summary

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Chapter Eleven Summary

It is raining, and the T is closed. Reeve walks through the shadows, thinking about Hannah and wondering why she'd called the station. He replays the conversation in his mind, finally sliding down the wall of a building and sitting on the sidewalk like a vagrant. The expression on Janie's face returns to haunt him and his heart aches. He wishes he could turn the clock back to that first broadcast, and replace the idea to talk about Janie with fishing, or hiking, or photography, or politics, or just about anything else. Mostly, he wishes he would have taken the time to really think it through - really consider the consequences of his actions.

Back at the Marriott, Brian and Jodie are asleep, drained and exhausted. Only Janie still sits in the same armchair she was in when Reeve left. Reeve goes the only place...

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