The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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South Africa continues to live in isolation from the rest of the world, who loves and supports Nelson Mandela, but not the country that imprisons him. In Sweden, national elections yield the same Prime Minister, which means that Nombeko and Holger Two can't look to a new person to help them with their bomb. It is 1988 and a year has passed since Nombeko moved into the abandoned building. Celestine and Holger One are both following relatively useful pursuits, and Holger Two's pillow business is thriving.

Holger Two and Nombeko celebrate her one year anniversary with cake, and then an admission of how they feel about each other. After all, neither of them actually exist in their respective countries. If they had children, Nombeko would be pleased that they wouldn't have to clean latrines as children, and Holger would be pleased that they wouldn't be...

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