The Book of Strange New Things - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Michel Faber
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Chapter 13

Bea continues to update Peter about what is happening back home. The grocery store has shut down and it is even harder to get supplies. The weather continues to be erratic and their home has suffered some damage from an unexpected storm. Peter assures her that he isn't angry about her pregnancy, and she hopes that is the case. She keeps asking to hear more about what is going on at Oasis, but understands that it must be hard for Peter to find the time to properly write her. Peter feels guilty that he isn't able to say more, or offer her comfort with all the difficulties she has had to endure.

Peter speaks with Tuska in the cafeteria while waiting for Grainger to pick him up to take him back to C-2. Tuska tells him that he is surprised USIC had...

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