Incarnate - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Meadows
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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

Chapter 5: Honey

Sam finds Ana staring at his books. He realizes that she is in shock from her injuries. He senses that Ana wants to read a book but can't hold one. He takes a book from the shelves and tells her that the fifteen years are named after events that occurred in the first few generations. He tells her about the Year of the Drought and the Year of Hunger. She knows all about them. They are currently in the 331st Year of Hunger. Sam says his second favorite story is about the Year of Dreams when the people began trying to understand what the hot mud pits were. Everyone had begun to hallucinate after inhaling the hot fumes from the pits. He reads aloud from the book. It comforts her and eases her pain.

Ana falls asleep and when...

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