All the Wind in the World - Part One, Chapters 5-7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 opens with Sarah realizing that James has her mouth covered, and that he is trying to wake her to show her a horse. Farrah's horse is wandering around near the camp. Sarah loves horses and she loves the moments she has with the animal. James and Sarah embrace, but she breaks away when Leo approaches. James does not want to, saying he does not care if someone sees them together, but Sarah moves away anyway. Leo arrives, calling the horse by the name Britain. Leo makes it clear he feels he has interrupted a private moment between James and Sarah. When he is gone, Sarah is worried that Leo will take advantage of their relationship. James is angry that Sarah insists he has to begin a relationship with Odette to cover it. Sarah worries that she is not hard-hearted enough...

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