Hystopia: A Novel - Chapters 8 - 11 Summary & Analysis

David Means
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It was the dog days of summer. Singleton was feeling anxious so he asked Wendy to come to the beach with him. She asked about his scar, but he could only tell her he had gotten it in Vietnam. They went back to her apartment to shower and cook dinner, Singleton explaining that sometimes enfolded soldiers lost all memory of growing up if they happened to sign up with a childhood buddy who was killed in action.

When Hank and Meg returned to the house, Rake was back from his run. Since Meg’s voice had become more confident now she was relaxed and off the drugs, Hank coached her on how to speak in her old voice, flat and afraid. They went into the kitchen, where Rake was cooking a pork chop while a pale, skinny kid named Haze sat nearby. Rake...

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