Champion: A Legend Novel - Chapter 1 - Day, Chapter 2 - June Summary & Analysis

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The novel begins with Day Altan Wing narrating from the present tense, first-person point of view. Describing himself as a “sixteen-year-old-most-wanted-criminal-turned-national-hero” (3), he remarks on the disguise he wears and how well he blends into his current location. He has lived in San Francisco, a city in the Republic of America, for eight months with a character named Eden, but does not explain their relationship. He describes San Francisco as dilapidated and half-submerged under the ocean, hinting at a dystopian future. He explains that the Republic makes him wear an earpiece and microphone at all times, but he is not completely loyal to them. He is surprised that the graffiti in the city contains positive messages about the Republic’s Elector, Anden, the leader of the country because the leadership of the Republic has never been on good terms with...

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