The Gift of Rain - Book 2, Chapters 10 -12 Summary & Analysis

Tan Twan Eng
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Attacks on Japanese by resistance movements increased as word of an American victory in the Pacific reached Penang through muted whispers. This did more than agitate the Japanese occupational force who carried out more atrocities. This affected Philip personally when Uncle Lim, in retaliation for what he believed led to Ming’s death, informed on Isabel to the Japanese secret police, claiming she conspired with the rebellion movements. With Philip and Endo-san in tow, they went to Istana and found Isabel, illegal documents, and a transmitter in the boathouse. She ran, and Endo-san shot her, relieving her of the possibility of torture under the secret police and Saotome. Philip’s father was grateful. The Japanese received nothing of value from Isabel’s documents. Uncle Lim gave them two more names, one of which was Aunt Mei, who did not receive such a...

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