Origin - Chapters 37 - 44 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 37, while in the library, Martín told Garza that ConspiracyNet had sent them an email asking someone from the palace to make a comment about the symbol of Franco tattooed on Ávila’s hand. Garza was familiar with how dark the time during the reign of Franco had been. The text planned to accompany the picture of Ávila’s tattoo indicated that there was a political motive behind Kirsch’s death as well as a religious one. Garza declared the article meant nothing but Martín explained people were connecting Ávila with Valdespino and blaming Valdespino with keeping the king from making big political changes. Garza was angered by the suggestion and told Martín that the palace would make no comment on what he thought of as fiction.

In Chapter 38, even though Captain Josh Siegel, the pilot of Kirsch’s...

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