Tiger Eyes - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 Summary

Wolf's father, Mr. Ortiz has gone into a coma that the nurses assess he won't come out of. Wolf is at the hospital, sitting at his father's bedside. He accepts Davey's offer to get him a soda while he sits. When Wolf drives Davey home that night he tells her that he is going away soon and that he will miss her. When Davey asks if she will see him again his response is "Cuando los lagartijos corren." When Davey asks what his words mean, he tells her to look it up and she sees him smile for the first time in a while. Wolf and Davey hold each other and say goodbye. When Davey gets into the house, Bitsy asks her who drove her home in the truck. Davey is a little evasive, but tells Bitsy that he is a friend, named...

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