Soul Catcher - Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4 Summary

This section begins with the sentence, "Statement of Bruce Clark, chief counselor at Six Rivers Camp..."

An interview with David's counselor describes the boy's eagerness and excellent behavior when he first arrived at camp. David wrote a long letter to his parents after watching the television broadcast of his father accepting his new position as Undersecretary of State. Time flashes to the morning after the kidnapping, and David is still being dragged through the woods.

Katsuk has taken many precautions to ward off search parties including trekking through water and using scent killer. David collapses with weariness and fright. Katsuk commands him to climb a dangerous mountain, saying that mistakes will cause him to be buried alive. David is determined to survive and angry at being called Hoquat. Katsuk beats him during the climb until David answers to Hoquat.

They reach the top...

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