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Casino Royale Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, The Crawling of the Skin; Chapter 17, 'My Dear Boy' Summary

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Chapter 16, The Crawling of the Skin; Chapter 17, 'My Dear Boy' Summary

Bond sees something in the road and slams on the brakes, but he is going too fast and can't stop in time. Le Chiffre has dropped spikes on the road and they tear the tires off of the rims of his wheels. Bond's car goes wildly out of control and crashes. Bond is knocked unconscious. Le Chiffre's men converge on the car and remove Bond from the car. They bind him and put him in the back of their car with Vesper.

Bond wakes in the back seat and considers his situation. No one knows where he is and he has no hope of being saved. He is angry with Vesper for putting him in the position. Then he notices the girl next to him. She is not moving...

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