What Dreams May Come: A Novel - Chapters 22 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22 - 24 Summary

22. One Harrowing Possibility

Chris grieves, and reacts as humanly as he once was to the news of his wife's death. He is furious because he was told that she would live another twenty-four years. He accuses Albert that he promised to keep an eye on Ann, but he failed. Chris is very upset with Albert. He believes that Albert let him down. Ann's suicide shakes everything up in Summerland. Everyone has his or her appointed time of death. Suicide alters that schedule. Albert's sadness at Ann's suicide is deep, for when one takes his or her own life, they do not circumvent their desperate situation, but enter a darker continuation of their reality. This throws Chris into a panic. He tries to persuade Albert of Ann's goodness, to no avail. Ann has broken the law and this is her sentence. Albert disagrees with Chris about...

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