Shadow of the Giant - Chapter 24, Sacrifice Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24, Sacrifice Summary

Fly Molo sends an email to Graff. Every way Molo turns, he sees Jeesh members responsible for victories that turn the tide of world power. Now his country of Thailand wants him to put together military plans. He doesn't want to leave home, but sees no other choice. If he stays, there's no peace for him, but he isn't positive he's ready to lead a colony. In China, Han Tzu is faced with a massive clean up after the flood, and the fighting isn't over. What will his country expect next? He doesn't want subjugation of his enemies or any more killing. "He knew that with China he had a people with the intelligence, the vigor, the resources, and unified will—everything a ruler needed to go out into the world and make everything he saw his own" (P. 324). His people need peace.

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