The Book of Lost Friends - Chapters 25 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Lisa Wingate
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Chapter 25 returns to Hannie’s story. As Hannie looks at her former master, she tries to feel nothing for him, but she cannot help but feel sorry for his suffering and wish him mercy. Juneau cries and prays when she sees her father. Missy acts as if she is afraid of him.

William had already been suffering with blood poisoning from the gunshot wound when the soldiers picked him up at the jail. During transport, they were ambushed. One soldier was killed and William was nicked in the head by a bullet. Doctors had to amputate William’s leg when he arrived at the fort. They hoped he would regain consciousness enough to tell them who ambushed them because they believed it was someone William knew. Hannie suspects Lyle might have been involved, but does not tell anyone.

After two weeks pass as...

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