Doomsday Book - Chapters Twenty-four Through Twenty-eight Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Twenty-four Through Twenty-eight Summary

Montoya is brought into the hospital with symptoms of the virus, and Dunworthy and Mary suddenly realize that the common factor is the work on the knight's tomb at the dig. Dunworthy rushes to Badri's room, having been told that he's somewhat better, and asks if Kivrin had worked on the knight's tomb. Badri confirms this but then asks if Kivrin has been picked up. Told that she hasn't, Badri says that Kivrin was dropped in 1348. In chapter twenty-five, Dunworthy asks how it's possible that they missed the intended destination by so much and Badri says that it apparently has something to do with a minimum amount of slippage. Bardi says he had been trying to tell Dunworthy about this problem when he passed out. Dunwothy's immediate reaction is that he's angry, but Mary urges him to...

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