Where Things Come Back - Chapter Twenty One Summary & Analysis

John Corey Whaley
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Chapter Twenty One Summary

One morning, Cullen sees John Barling getting into his car with his bags, and with a two fingered salute to Cullen, drive away. It turns out that the birds sighted in Lily were not Lazarus woodpeckers but were in fact albino pileated woodpeckers. Not as large as the Lazarus variety, they are just big birds a scientist announces. One of the most notable differences beyond their size is the color of their beaks - the pileated one distinctly darker in color. The albino variety of the species are almost the correct color. The disappointment throughout the town is deafening. One day, Cullen is sitting in his bedroom, and glancing out the window he sees his younger brother walking up the driveway slowly. He jumps up, knocking things over in his haste to race down the hall and open the...

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