In The Girl Who Fell from the Sky, what was the most important turning point for Rachel?

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The most important turning point, the where she turns back toward a sane and loving outlook on life, is when she nearly falls out of the Ferris wheel but is caught and saved by Brick. She opens up to Brick and tells all about her experiences and feelings and in...

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The most important turning point, the where she turns back toward a sane and loving outlook on life, is when she nearly falls out of the Ferris wheel but is caught and saved by Brick. She opens up to Brick and tells all about her experiences and feelings and in turn, Brick tells her the story he promised Roger--her father--that he would tell her.

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