Hystopia: A Novel - Chapters 17 - 21 Summary & Analysis

David Means
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On a hot day in the backyard, Meg confronted Hank about why he hadn’t taken action yet. Hank promised he would when the time was right, and they returned inside. In the kitchen, Rake told the story of a duel that some Black Flag members had arranged to settle a grudge, but Meg only daydreamed about the fond memories of Billy-T that were still after her dip in the lake.

The atmosphere in Flint felt tense and violent. With Iggy Pop blaring on the radio, Singleton and Wendy drove to her father’s house, on the lookout for children throwing rocks. Once there they packed the car and attempted to persuade Wendy’s father to come with them. He insisted on staying to help defend the Zomboid, who had stationed himself with a gun in the neighboring yard. They drove off, and...

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