Where Things Come Back - Chapter Twenty Summary & Analysis

John Corey Whaley
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Chapter Twenty Summary

Cabot Searcy is convinced that Gabriel is the reincarnation of the archangel by the same name. Once a day he sits with him and asks him questions about heaven and asking whether or not he is doing everything right. Gabriel asks repeatedly to be released, but Cabot is careful. Gabriel passes the time thinking about his family, and about Libby. When his thoughts get around to Cullen, he becomes more emotional.

He also knows how badly this would affect his brother. After five weeks of captivity, Gabriel complains about the lack of at least a television, and the following day Cabot brings one. Excited, Gabriel turns it on to discover there is no cable. It takes days before he has it hooked up. Gabriel immediately searches for any sign that they are looking for him, but his name is never mentioned...

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