Truly Madly Guilty - Chapters 1 – 18 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 1 – Erika is in the audience listening as her friend, Clementine Hart, addresses the room, full of senior citizens of the Community Matters Meeting. Clementine, a mother and well-known cellist, is there to share her story “One Ordinary Day.” Clementine tells everyone present that everything began with an ordinary barbeque on a cold day –though Erika knows this is not true. Clementine goes on to say that she and her family accepted the invitation to the barbeque at the last minute, and that the hosts were friends of friends who Clementine did not really know. Erika is amused and satisfied by Erika giving what seems to be a pointless talk rather than formally performing with the cello. Clementine goes on to explain that six adults, three kids, and a dog were all present, that music by Gabriel Faure was playing, and that the adults...

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