Beautiful Animals - Part 3, Daimonia – Section 3 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Osborne
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Twenty-One – Faoud drives into the village and stops to get gas, becoming angry when he realizes the credit card he had been using no longer works. He then drives on, taking roundabout routes and realizing that the car that had been following him has gone. He follows the signs for a monastery, hides the car, and spends the night in the trees, the guns by his side. He has a dream of his father, telling him that he has not much longer to live and calling him a disgrace. The next day, he drives on, aware that he looks suspicious. He robs a bakery at gunpoint, but then buys some food from its owners and tips them with their own money. As he drives on, he encounters a car accident blocking the road. He takes his bag with the weapons, abandons the...

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