Hector and the Search for Happiness - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Francois Lelord
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Chapter 13 starts off with Hector's beginning his time in Africa. He's already off the plane and he's approaching the hotel, which is described as being very pretty and well-maintained. Hector notices a sign that requests visitors not bring weapons onto the hotel grounds, which he finds interesting. He also notices army-men drinking at the bar. It's at the bar where Hector meets Eduardo, a foreigner who happens to speak Hector's language very well and only drank sparkling water. Eduardo is a drug dealer who explains some bad politics that have been happening in his country. His children are grown and his wife is depressed, for which Hector suggests a different pill prescription than what she currently has. Eduardo explains to Hector all about the people who take drugs. Also at the bar, Hector meets Isidore, a barman with whom he finds kinship because...

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