The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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It is spring, 1994. Nombeko and the bomb have been in Stockholm for seven years. South Africa's nuclear program has been discovered by the world, and their PM has, in the same breath, given up all of the known atomic bombs. Likewise, the power in the country has been handed over to its black majority.

Celestine, Holger's angry young girlfriend, is tired of things not happening in their lives. She announces to Holger One that she is ready to stir things up, and sets about her task by picking up the newspaper and seeing the advertisement for a rally run by the Swedish Democrats the next day. After receiving .09% of the vote in the last election, Celestine feels they need a counter-demonstration to keep the party from gaining ground. She and Holger One make several signs and prepare to attend the rally the next day...

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