All the Winters After - Chapters 66-71 Summary & Analysis

Seré Halverson
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Chapter 66 – At the Spit Tune, Kache sings a song he has just written about his heartache over Nadia. Afterward, “Tol,” the Russian man Kache has seen at the bar several times before, asks him to play the “Nadia” song and then tells him he should sing a song called “Poor White Goat” - at which point it becomes clear to him that this man is Vladimir, that he had been to the homestead and killed their goat. He jumps down from the stage, searches for Vladimir and, not finding him, gets in his truck and races home. He has to stop and get gas, and he tries to call Nadia again, still with no response. When he arrives at the cabin, Leo is barking inside. Kache retrieves the gun from the glove compartment, where it has been since the visit to Altai, and...

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