London Bridges - Part 5: Chapters 89, 90 and 91 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5: Chapters 89, 90 and 91 Summary

The bombs go off in a three-block area near the Louvre. Although the museum suffers only minor damage, the rest of the area is almost completely destroyed; houses are flattened and thousands are killed. A small bridge across the Seine is also decimated: another bridge gone.

Alex thinks about those supremely arrogant people, not just the Wolf but those in government and in the media, who think that they can predict what will happen. They don't know; nobody knows. Alex feels that, as a species, humans aren't getting smarter, only crazier. The Wolf has won. Alex can't bear to think about what will happen next.

He returns to Washington DC to find his kids and Nana at their Fifth Street home. He cooks dinner, langoustines roties brunoises de papaye poivrons et oignons doux and they use the good silver...

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