Term Limits - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapter 31 Summary

Coleman and his men meet up with Michael and travel to Arthur's estate. They are only going to observe, and Coleman tells his men not to fire on anyone unless someone fires upon them. They will try to keep Arthur's guards from even seeing them at all. The estate is protected by multiple guards, dogs, and a high-tech security system. The men watch from a safe distance as the guards patrol the grounds. Suddenly, the guards move and the house is illuminated by floodlights. One of the men, Hackett, says over the radio that someone is pulling up the driveway.

Chapter 31 Analysis

In this short chapter, Michael's involvement in the assassins' mission greatly increases as he travels with them to Arthur's home. The foreshadowing here not only references Arthur's potential upcoming murder, but also may reveal some of the other players in Arthur's dangerous game.

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