The Famished Road - Book 5 Summary & Analysis

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Book 5 Summary

The rain poured down for two weeks. The ceiling in Azaro's house leaked to the point that his mother used all of her pots and pans to hold the water. The pans would overflow and the holes in the roof became so bad that Azaro could not sleep on the floor. The water overflowed the streets and poured into their room from the doorway. The wetness was everywhere and they were cold all of the time. Azaro was often punished at school because his books were wet.

Azaro was caught in a storm outside and blown into the yard of the crazed, blind man. The man again commanded Azaro to let him see with his eyes. Azaro felt himself floating and his eyes burned. He ran away and made his way home. Azaro's father had decided to train to be a boxer. He...

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