Truly Madly Guilty - Chapters 37 – 58 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 37: The Day of the Barbeque – The novel returns back in time to the day of the barbeque. It is Holly who is calling for Clementine. As Clementine goes to find her, she thinks about how much about the day has gone crazy –from Erika, never wanting kids, to now wanting them with Clementine’s help to Tiffany having once been a stripper. Holly, as Clementine soon learns, only wanted to show her an exciting game on Dakota’s iPad. Sam appears a moment later, and Clementine thinks about how sex with him has become boring and almost seemingly inappropriate because they are parents.

Chapter 38: The Day of the Barbeque – The novel remains in the past on the day of the barbeque. Oliver asks Erika if she is okay because she is drinking more than usual. Erika is angered by this but then remembers...

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