Turtles All the Way Down - Chapters 10-13 Summary & Analysis

Green, John
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Aza has not yet told Daisy about the money, so she texts her and they agree to meet at Applebee's that night. Aza looks over the notes from Russell Pickett's phone and wonders about one in particular that says “The jogger's mouth” (116). Later, in the Applebee's parking lot, she retrieves her father's phone from the trunk where she keeps it and flips through his photographs. They are mostly pictures of herself, her mother, and her father. She recalls her father lying on the ground beside the lawnmower when he died. Daisy arrives and Aza tells her about the money. Daisy is excited, as she can now pay for college. Aza asks Daisy if “The jogger's mouth” (116) means anything to her, and Daisy says they should drop the investigation now that they have the money.

In Chapter 11, Aza receives a call from Simon Morris...

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