We Were Liars - Part Three: Summer Seventeen — Chapters 40-44 Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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In Chapter 40, Cadence writes a fairy tale in which a tiny princess meets and falls in love with a mouse. The mouse is not accepted by the family but the princess decides to move away from the palace to live with the mouse. They have a happy and full life.

In Chapter 41, Cadence’s grandfather invites her to go with him to Edgartown. He seems like his old self, spending money on her and the others. While in town, they happen to see Richard Thatcher, her grandfather’s lawyer. Her grandfather brags on her to the lawyer. Cadence believes the bragging is unfounded. He tells her that he has taken care of her in his will, but to not tell her mother as she will stir up trouble again.

In Chapter 42, on the boat ride home, Cadence has a...

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