Truly Madly Guilty - Chapters 59 – 76 Summary & Analysis

Liane Moriarty
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Chapter 59 – The novel returns to the present. Oliver asks if Erika remembers anything upon her return home. Erika explains she has not, and that the fountain has been removed. Erika explains she has typed up everything she does and does not remember. Erika explains she remembers coming out of the house holding plates, and then the next thing she knew, she was in the fountain with Oliver. Oliver fills in the gaps for her: she dropped the plates and ran to help save Ruby. Erika cannot understand why she cannot remember. Oliver ascribes it to alcohol and medication. He tells her to let it go. Erika tells him he is right. Erika then reveals her mother’s hoarding is the worst it has been in a while and that the neighbor wants to sell but her property value is in jeopardy because of Erika...

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