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Grasshopper Jungle - Epilogue: Lucky, A Cigarette Run, and The Bison Summary & Analysis

Andrew Smith
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In the Epilogue nearly five years have passed since the end of the world. The day is Robby’s 21st birthday. He and Austin are going out for a cigarette run. Arek Andrezj Szczerba, whom his father calls “Lucky,” the son of Austin and Shann is four years old. Austin is still confused about his torn emotions between Robby and Shann. He chooses to live by himself and stop asking himself what he is going to do. During the winter, when the Unstoppable Soldiers are apparently hibernating, Robby and Austin go out on what they call cigarette runs. So far, they have found no other humans on the Earth. They bring gifts for those in Eden when they return including new clothes, food, books and toys. Books are especially important since computers and televisions no longer work...

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