Albert experiments with smoking in the basement of the School For the Blind and, when shooed out of the basement, hides the still-lit pipe in some cloths. The pipes ignite and result in a ... See full summary »

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Albert experiments with smoking in the basement of the School For the Blind and, when shooed out of the basement, hides the still-lit pipe in some cloths. The pipes ignite and result in a late-night fire that kills Alice Garvey and Mary's baby son. As a result, several people struggle with the consequences: Albert becomes completely withdrawn when he learns his careless actions may have caused the fire, Mary in deep shock and Jonathan Garvey in an alcohol-induced state of denial. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Mary
10 April 2016 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I don't understand the trouble about that Mary had enough problems to overcome already, they are the main characters in this series, so off course a lot happens to them.

When Adam tell Mary she needs to come because there is a fire, she don't grab the baby (even when it is right next to her) and they both just walk away outside, not her or Adam think about the baby, so it is kinda her own fault, and she do suddenly remembers the baby is in bed and someone else go get her, and is trapped inside the fire, now there are 2 dead, what could had be prevented if Mary did not forget her baby. It is bad enough that Albert was smoking there, and now all those blind children are stranded where they had a good home.


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