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We Were the Mulvaneys Chapter Summary & Analysis - Hard Reckoning: On My Own Summary

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Hard Reckoning: On My Own Summary

Judd moves out of his parent's home shortly after the incident between him and his father. His mother is not happy with the idea of him being on his own before he is even eighteen, a full month from his birthday, but she allows him to go just the same.

Shortly after Judd leaves, Michael Sr. files for bankruptcy. The Mulvaneys assets are frozen and their house taken to help pay off debts. Judd is not aware of this. Judd is living in a single room on the top floor of a boarding house that was once a hotel near his high school. Judd has made friends with some of the tenants, mostly welfare families, especially an old man who kept a coop of roosters in the back yard. Little Boots, his dog, lives with Judd.

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