The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August - Chapters 17 – 32 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 17, Harry repeated the mantra of the Cronus Club: “Complexity should be your excuse for inaction.” Harry recalled the first night he ever met Vincent Rankis in 1945 during Harry’s sixth life. Harry and Vincent discussed the paradox of time travel.

In Chapter 18, Harry described his torture at the hands of Phearson and his men during Harry’s fourth life. In Chapter 19, Harry revealed the contents of the two letters he had sent when he briefly escaped from Phearson. The first was a letter to his wife Jenny telling her that he loved her. The second letter was to a friend asking him to place two advertisements in the personal ads of the national newspapers for him. The ad was a message to the Cronus Club asking them to help him. In Chapter 20, Harry was broken by the torturers and agreed to tell...

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