As stated in question 5 their family was now able to see through Zach’s charm exposing who he truly was, this leads up to Zach’s father giving him two options either “You can stick around and be just what you suggest. You can be one of our hired servants…” and the second option he gave was “”There’s always the second. You can clear out.” Following these choices Zach just went to his room took his thinks and left without a word, this was one of the major repercussions as best stated in the text “I think Mom saw justice of what Dad did, but I don’t think she ever forgave him for it. She’d lost two children in one week, and that’s too many for someone who only had four to begin with.” This also reinforces how ingrained Zach was within her life where her sympathy for him blinded her from the truth. Then once she had gone senile early “she’d be forever and ever muttering, “All my fault. All my fault.” Occasionally she’d yell, in a loud tormented voice, “Too late! Too late!” Because of Zach’s actions it lead to the entire corruption and downfall of his mother. As for his father he forced him to act upon his actions and basically disown his oldest child and only son, severing a fake relationship his father though was genuine.