Children of God: A Novel - Chapters 33-36 Summary & Analysis

Mary Doria Russell
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Chapters 33-36 Summary

Sofia thinks about lost youth, worthwhile wars, redeemed deaths, and Emilio returning. She wishes that Isaac and Ha'anala would. Isaac reads her daily messages on his tablet but never replies. This angers Ha'anala, who wants to see Sofia before she dies or returns to Earth with the newcomers. Meanwhile, the widow Suukmel no longer knows what deity rules her life. Together, they gather ka'ani eggsacks, while Ha'anala complains about losing three emissaries sent to her mother in Gayjur, who claims to forgive. Athnaasi's raids sow fear and extend the war. The well-fed Jana'ata females in his camp bear many babies, but in N'Jarr there are few. Ha'anala's daughter Sofi'ala is likely to survive childhood, but Ha'anala has lost two other babies. Suukmel recalls Ha'anala once talking about Jana'ata, Runa, and Humans being children of one God who sees no differences. The...

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