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Ve found Scott. He was here after all. Jake s with him. Come on. As we edge our way through the crowd, Zoey tells me that she s seen Scott a few times since we went round to their house. She doesn t look at me as she tells me this. Why didn t you say so? You ve been out of action for over four weeks! Anyway, I thought you d be pissed off. It s quite shocking to see them in daylight, standing behind a stall that sells torches and toasters, clocks and kettles. They look older than I remember. Zoey goes round the back to talk to Scott.

It feels as if different things will happen. I turn to Adam at the gate. I say, Thank you for helping. He says, Any time. He has his hands in his pockets. He smiles, then looks away, down at his boots. But I know he sees me. 47 Nine I don t know why they ve sent you here, the receptionist says. We were asked to come, Dad tells her. Dr Ryan s secretary phoned and asked us to come. Not here, she says. Not today. Yes, here, he tells her. Yes, today. She huffs at him, turns to her computer and scrolls down.

And garlic – well, Dad read somewhere that the properties of garlic are not yet properly understood. He calls it vitamin X. All washed down with unprocessed orange juice and a teaspoon of unrefined honey. Yum, yum. I slide the tray back in Dad s direction with a smile. He stands up, takes it to the sink and clunks it down. I thought, he says, turning on the tap and swirling water round the bowl, that you were feeling some nausea and pain yesterday. m fine. Nothing hurts today. Don t you think it might be wise to rest?

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