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The Balcony Life and Kicking Ass in Kona Summary and Analysis

Opting to skip the City of Refuge, Hunter's group returns to discover the entire Kona Coast flooded by the recent storm, the streets littered with rocks and abandoned cars. They find the compound waterlogged and vacant. Ralph and his family are gone, prompting Hunter to worry as to their fate. Ackerman suggests that they were likely evacuated, but Hunter persists in his horror, searching the ruined compound for any sign of their whereabouts.

Moments later, Ackerman directs Hunter's attention to the caretaker's cottage, where Laila awaits with marijuana and good news. She explains that Ralph, fed up with the encroaching storm, took the family to the Kamehameha hotel and plans to catch a flight back to England. Hunter is expected to take care of Ralph's family dog...

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