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Sanibel Flats Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirteen and Fourteen Summary

Randy Wayne White
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Chapter Thirteen and Fourteen Summary

General Juan Rivera greets Ford and Tomlinson warmly. He offers them a bath and a woman but pulls Ford aside and asks why he is traveling with a hippie. Ford assures him that Tomlinson is fine and Rivera reluctantly lets him stay. Rivera tells Ford that before he can talk or ask any questions, they must first have a game of baseball.

After the game of baseball, Rivera and Tomlinson bond by talking about baseball long after Ford has left the field and taken a shower, four hours later. Ford tells Rivera their plan to rescue the kidnapped child from Zacul because he wants Rivera's help. After all, Zacul used to be a student of Rivera's and is now his biggest enemy. Rivera denies him.

That evening, Ford cannot sleep due to anxiety. He goes outside to look at frogs and...

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