Soul Catcher - Section 8 Summary & Analysis

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Section 8 Summary

This section begins with the sentence, "Special Agent Norman Hosbig, FBI: Look, I told you media guys how much we appreciate your cooperation."

Back in Seattle, the FBI is working with the media to describe the details of the case. They consider Charles's cryptic note to be a ransom note, which automatically involves the FBI. The FBI suspects Hobuhet is a Native American militant and is going to demand the surrender of Fort Lawton or Alcatraz. They fear he might demand an independent reservation.

In the forest dwelling, David is confused. He cannot understand why he sticks up for Katsuk, describing the powers the man has over ravens to the Native American people who may save him. David understands he has two problems: to escape from captivity and to try to understand the spiritual connection growing between Katsuk and himself. He reminds himself...

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