The Aftermath - Chapters 13 – 15 Summary & Analysis

Rhidian Brook
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In Chapter 13, Lewis returns, and his trusted second-in-command Baker drives him home. We learn that while in Heligoland, he was offered a job that would involve relocating to Berlin, and he tells Baker he wants him to come with him. In an unexpected twist, someone shoots Barker right in the head through the car window. Lewis runs after the culprit towards the river—a teenage boy—and when he catches up with him, he has a chance to shoot him. Though Lewis does not know Albert, the reader realizes that he is the teenage boy in question. Albert says the bullet was meant for him. Instead of killing him or rescuing him, Lewis watches as the ice cracks below Albert and he sinks to his death. He is deeply shaken by the day’s events, gives a brief statement to the police, and returns...

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