Absolutely Remarkable Thing - Chapters 21 - 25 Summary & Analysis

Hank Green
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When April realizes that her mini television on the plane several months ago showed hexadecimal code which she unintentionally uploaded to Twitter, April runs into a coffee shop, borrows a laptop, and emails the code to Maya and Miranda. Maya converts the hex into David Bowie lyrics and Miranda inputs the code into the full code collected on the Som app. The converted text reads “Only April. No One Else.” along with a New Jersey address (300). April considers her promise to the president to not do anything without consent, but wants to believe that she does not have a choice in the matter. She concludes, “I finally felt fully comfortable with what I’d become,” and she heads to the address on her own (301).

Believing the message to be directly from the Carls, April takes a cab to the address and finds herself...

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