Dragon Bones: A Novel - Chapter 27 - Author's Note Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 27 - Author's Note Summary

In chapter twenty-seven, Hulan feels she has the upper hand, as she has a weapon. Michael admits he thinks the society can spread their membership to sixty million in just a few years, and as she argues, Michael takes her gun. The two argue about the dam, its significance, and what Michael's true motive is. Michael argues he is trying to save the past, and allow nature to take its course, whereas Hulan believes he is simply hungry for power and money. Michael asks how many times her husband has put her in danger, and tries to turn her from David, asking her to join him, instead. When Michael brings up her daughter, Hulan is humiliated. In her anger, however, she finds she is able to forgive herself, and realizes she did all she could for her...

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