Tiger Eyes - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Enjoying the scenery of the changing season, Davey rides to the canyon to look for Wolf. He is there waiting for her and asks where she has been. Davey tells him that 'they' made her go to school and Wolf doesn't pry into why she had to go or who made her. Davey finally confides in Wolf about the loss of her father. "Remember the time you told me I have sad eyes? It's because my father's dead." Wolf then reveals to her that they have a common bond because his father is dying. Davey and Wolf note that their meeting didn't make them laugh like usual, and they go their separate ways. For the first time Davey leaves Wolf feeling sad and she wants to talk to her mother for comfort. When Davey gets home her mother is asleep with the shades...

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