Whatever Happened to Janie? - Chapters Fourteen and Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Fourteen and Fifteen Summary

Mr. Mollison tells them that despite what the media would have them believe, less than fifty children a year are abducted by a complete stranger and are usually sexually abused before a quick release. Often, the police learn about the abduction after the children are already home again. Most children taken by strangers are in their teens. Jennie realizes that at first, no one had a clue what had happened. No one panicked for a while, and even then, a dog was brought in and everyone was sure she'd be home in no time. They searched everywhere, in ditches, in abandoned cars. For the first time Jennie begins to appreciate what they went through. She told herself to get up, but didn't. Jennie sits there, looking at her hands while Mr. Mollison goes on to explain how...

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