Soul Catcher - Section 12 Summary & Analysis

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Section 12 Summary

This section begins with the phrase, "From an interview with Harriet Gladding Morgenstern in the San Francisco Examiner."

David's grandmother tells the press that David has always been brave and adventurous. He has always been a respectful boy and she feels this quality will allow him to survive the ordeal.

Using the skills Katsuk taught him, David finds shelter during the night. He knows how to build a fire, but wonders if this will give away his position to Katsuk. He decides to risk it and is proud of his ability to do so. Over the past days, Katsuk had mocked David for his impatience in building fires and David is now skilled at creating fire from natural elements. He wishes Katsuk could see him doing it.

The thought of his connection to Katsuk frightens David. He is upset that he feels tied...

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