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The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 36 Summary

The next morning, Garrigan feels strong enough to help the other medics. He works all morning dealing with the wounded, then decides that he is ready to go back to the APC, where he has been traveling and sleeping. On his way back, however, he is caught in a battle, and the soldier beside him goes down. Garrigan checks him, finds that he has a serious wound, and worse, that his lower limbs are riddled with bullet holes. He calls the medics to come for him, and tries to get closer to the APC, but he keeps running into more gunfire. When he finally reaches the APC, a bullet whistles by, close enough that he feels the air move as it passes.

When they reach the equator, Garrigan sees Angol-Steve, the crazy man, hanging from a tree close to the road. They find many more...

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