All the Wind in the World - Part Three, Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

Samantha Mabry
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In Chapter 25, Ortiz locks Sarah in a storage building. Sarah knows she could break boards off the side and escape, but says she will not. Ortiz is the only person she sees. They sometimes play cards. He has a marked deck and always wins. Sarah tries to draw him into conversation, hoping to learn how Bell is doing and what Mr. Gonzales plans for Sarah. At one point, Ortiz says he once saw a kid beg Mr. Gonzales for forgiveness, and he was not executed. Ortiz does not answer other questions.

James arrives and says he will no longer be “fixing your mistakes” (223). He gives her an envelope filled with money. James says, “This is the last time” (223). Sarah is angry. She points out that the workers are starving and mistreated, but James has spent so much time with Farrah he...

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