The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Before The Engineer realizes what's happening, his technicians have built an extra bomb. He is usually drunk by ten o'clock in the morning, so it shouldn't have been a surprise, but having a bomb built outside of their instructions was dangerous. Nombeko tells The Engineer that they should just hide it in hopes that the Prime Minister will commission a new bomb before too long.

South Africa as a country isn't doing too well. Because of its apartheid policy, the biggest players in world politics all have trade embargoes against South Africa, and the economy is suffering. The world leaders are afraid that if they force South Africa to give up apartheid, something worse, like Communism, will take its place. Although other countries have their own issues, it becomes clear that President Reagan of the United States and Prime Minister Thatcher of the United...

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