Hystopia: A Novel - Chapters 22 - 25 Summary & Analysis

David Means
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Hank was surprised by his own nonchalance at the break-in. The scarred man and attractive woman both had the stance of Psych Corps agents and demanded to know who he was. After reassuring MomMom, he told them he was only an enfolded lumber runner, and that Rake was gone. Hank was still nervous that they might be Black Flag members in disguise, so he insisted on seeing their badges. They then moved to the living room and passed a joint around to attempt to relax with each other. In the days that followed they continued trying to build trust, listening to reports of the violent riots. Singleton called Klein, who was hiding in a bunker and told him that the Psych Corps would soon be doing a reevaluation of the effects of enfolding, then Wendy called her father, who was safe so far...

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