All the Winters After - Chapters 31-36 Summary & Analysis

Seré Halverson
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Chapter 31 – Still checking the fishing nets, Nadia thinks she hears a bear again, but it is Kache returning. He is playing guitar and singing a song about her. He asks if she would like him to have the internet connected and she affirms that she would. She is excited at the prospect of experiencing the outside world, and she imagines the Golden Gate Bridge. After dinner, they walk the property and Kache relates a story from his childhood. His dog Walter had fallen into the canyon while chasing a butterfly. Kache had tried to get his father to go down and see if the dog survived, but he refused. Nadia suggests that perhaps Glenn did go down to check after all, but Kache says this is impossible, it would have been too dangerous.

Chapter 32 – Snag arrives home and hears Kache playing the song...

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