Where Things Come Back - Chapter Sixteen Summary & Analysis

John Corey Whaley
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Chapter Sixteen Summary

Cabot and Alma didn't have a baby after all. Cabot regrets nothing, but Alma is beginning to question every decision she makes. Her grandmother gives up involving herself in Alma's life. Alma works at a coffee shop while Cabot continues to pretend to seek employment, and works on understanding the scriptures in the Book of Enoch. Four months later, Cabot finally finds work doing satellite sales and Alma moves back to her grandmothers. Cabot loses his job and refuses to leave his bed. He calls her almost sixty times in a three day period, and blames God for all the world's evils, including the loss of their child. Alma begins to fear him. Cabot becomes so engrossed with his religious studies that his slant on life itself is changing. Benton's original notes have been blown so far out out of proportion...

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