The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August - Chapters 33 – 48 Summary & Analysis

Claire North
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In Chapter 33, Harry travelled to East Germany to meet a scientist called Daniel van Thiel who had been credited with inventing something that should not have existed in the 1950s. He told Harry that the person who had behind all the advances in the Soviet Union was a scientist in Russia called Vitali Karpenko. In Chapter 34, Harry travelled to Russia.

In Chapter 35, Harry went to the Leningrad branch of the Cronus Club where a kalachakra called Olga gave him a lead which might help him find Vitali Karpenko. Olga explained that there were very few members left in their branch.

In Chapter 36, Harry blackmailed a Russian academic called Professor Gulakov to give him information about the whereabouts of Vitali Karpenko. He arranged to meet Gulakov at a train station and created a diversion to distract the security forces who were there waiting to intercept...

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