Carve the Mark - Part 3: Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

Veronica Roth
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In Chapter 15, the point of view changes to a third person narrator with an emphasis on Akos. Akos thought about his attempt to save Eijeh. When his brother first saw him, Eijeh had asked him why their mother had allowed them to be kidnapped. Even though Akos had lied to his brother and said he did not know though he had known his mother knew what was going to happen to them.

Back on the sojourn ship Akos began going to the public gym to practice. One day he looked up to see Jorek Kuzar watching him. When Akos asked the man if he needed something, Jorek said that he needed someone with whom he could spar. Akos was shocked because this was the son of the man who had held Akos down with the heel of his boot when he was...

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