We Were Liars - Part Four: Look, A Fire — Chapters 64-70 Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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In Chapter 64, one evening when they are on the tennis court, Gat brings to Cadence’s attention the fact that Harris never calls him by his name. He gives his interpretation of Harris’ actions in the attic and Cadence realizes her grandfather’s words to Gat were a threat. He describes the romantic way in which Ed proposed to Carrie but that Carrie turned him down because she didn’t want to risk her inheritance. When Cadence asks why they never talked about this before Gat tells her it was because he didn’t want to ruin how perfect the time on the island seemed.

In Chapter 65, Cadence tells a fairy tale in which a wealthy merchant asks his three daughters what they want him to bring them when he returns from a trip. The first asks for...

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