Red Rising - Part 3, Gold: Chapters 28-33 Summary & Analysis

Pierce Brown
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Part 3, Gold: Chapters 28-33

Chapter 28: My Brother

When Minerva leaves, Darrow finds himself the leader of House Mars. He must now decide what punishment Titus will receive for his actions. Darrow goes into the cellar to speak to Titus. Darrow asks Titus why he killed the Ceres and raped the slaves. Titus shows a deep hatred of the Golds and tells Darrow that the Golds raped someone he cared about. As Titus talks, Darrow realizes that Titus is like him, that he is a Red made to look Gold. Darrow is shocked, angry that Dancer lied to him by saying there were no others who survived.

Chapter 29: Unity

With the realization that Titus is a Red, Darrow realizes that he has to kill him. Titus is so filled with hate and a need for vengeance that he will eventually be found...

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