Gods of Jade and Shadow - Chapter 18 - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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Casiopea and Hun-Kamé travel by train to El Paso in a large compartment. The two share a bed to sleep. In the morning, she is shocked to see Hun-Kamé asleep. She asks why his brother imprisoned him. He compares it to her relationship with Martín, but she says she would not be happy with his suffering. This confuses Hun-Kamé who does not understand Kindness. He says his brother was interested in a magic convergence in Baja. Vucub-Kamé wanted to unite magic, and will sacrifice MIddleworld to do so. Hun-Kamé says he did not want her to be afraid, but Casiopea says she is brave. Hun-Kamé promises a grand reward once he wins, but is concerned as he dreamed of her on the Black Road. Eventually, the two smile at each other, and the narrator says they are dealing with emotions that...

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