He didn't want to think. Jacob bolted past the doors of Craiston High, never once turning around to face the kids who had just humiliated him. Jacob did not want to know that he was an outcast or alone, especially after his parents died.
He's such a coward!
Jacob ran as fast as he could, pausing at the amusement park a couple minutes away. Jake searched and met for his biological brother, who worked here, at the Angel's County Fair, after moving away from Jacob and attending college.
Why did Mom and Dad have to leave!
Tyson, Jacob's brother, then precedes to drive Jacob to an unknown destination. (Similar to Chapter 8).
Tyson, where are we going?
Why are we here?
Jacob is soon brought to his old house, in which his family used to live. To Jason, memories invade his mind.
Jake, I need to show you something. Let's go upstairs.
Job is brought to his old house, and after the two ascended up the stairs, Tyson searched through various boxes. He, finally, unfolded a map, that had a - what seemed to be - layout of the city a couple of years ago. Tyson ran down the stairs with Jacob after him, and began to drive somewhere.
What does it mean?
After nearly an hour of navigation, the car came to a stop. In the distance they saw the silhouette of an angel rising out of a fire. The angel had black hair, and on her white dress was written, "Lea Zamora."
I think it means that life is more powerful than death, and that there can still be life amidst death. Mom and Dad would have wanted you to be happy, Jacob, so keep hoping for a better future.