Parable of the Sower - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Thursday, September 9, 2027. The group continues to make their way north along Interstate 5. Interstate 5 is more deserted than Highway 101, and Lauren wonders why. There is also more vehicular traffic on the road, and there are more human bones scattered around. Bankole believes that trucks would accidentally hit people and not stop because of the danger. Lauren is in the lead when she stumbles upon four young teens roasting a human leg at a campfire. Lauren signals to the group not to come forward, and they skirt the gruesome scene. Bankole informs Lauren that he has a sister in Oregon who is living on some land that Bankole has owned for a few years. Bankole wants Lauren to split from the group and stay with him on the land. She tells him no, but he does not take that seriously. Lauren tells him that she wants to start an...

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