We Were Liars - Part Three: Summer Seventeen — Chapters 28-33 Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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In Chapter 28, Cadence uses an old pad of graph paper she’s found to write down all of her memories from summer fifteen. She tacks these pages to the wall above her bed along with sticky notes bearing questions for which she wants answers. She hopes that if she studies the notes each morning, she will begin to remember what actually happened. She is confronted by a headache, which she describes as being caused by a witch who hits her in the head multiple times with an ivory statue of a goose. Her mother leaves for supper without her.

In Chapter 29, Cadence wakes up in the night and is unable to go back to sleep. She goes out onto the porch were she sees Carrie walking in her nightgown and boots. Carrie asks Cadence if she’s seen Johnny...

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