Soul Catcher - Section 10 Summary & Analysis

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Section 10 Summary

This section begins with the sentence, "Sheriff Pallatt: Hell, I know the FBI thinks he's gone underground in some city."

The local police are certain Katsuk still roams inside the wilderness preserve. He has seen tracks on some of the trails and thinks Katsuk is crazy enough to wander in there forever.

David is practicing the meditative technique of not thinking. Katsuk has been discussing non-verbal communication with the boy and leaves him to practice while Katsuk contemplates their next move. They have been using a store of poachers' supplies Katsuk unearthed along the way. After David eats, he gives up not thinking and starts chanting that he is David, not Hoquat. David begins to question his identity and asks whether he has become someone else, part-David, part-Hoquat.

Katsuk is contemplating how to make the bow and arrow to kill David. He is...

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