Among the Brave - Chapters 22 through 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22 through 25 Summary

In chapter twenty-two, the person asks why Mark was yelling "liber." Mark says a friend told him to but insists he won't reveal the friend's identity. The man says both Mark and his unnamed source could be a threat. The man eventually turns to leave but Trey is angry. He asks how the man can possibly believe in freedom but walk away and let an innocent boy die. Mark tries several bluffs, saying his friend is very big and then that there are a bunch of friends. Mark tells the man that he has a truck and the man is initially skeptical but then says Mark is of no use to them because he's in a cage. Trey steps out of hiding and says he isn't in a cage.

In chapter twenty-three, Mark, Trey, and the guard work out a trade...

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