The Girl With All the Gifts - Chapters 28-31 Summary & Analysis

M. R. Carey
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Summary

In Chapter 28, as they travel, Melanie sees for herself the impact the hungries have made on the world. Parks tries to decide if he wants to take his group through once populated areas, which are dangerous because there are more hungries there, or go around these areas, which open them to other dangers. Meanwhile, Caldwell is going through the stages of grief because she believes her life’s work is lost. She blames Justineau for ruining her work. As she starts to sink into depression, Caldwell remembers her samples at the lab weren’t worth keeping and that she has most of her notes memorized. She also considers the fact that she has a living test subject still with her, she just has to wait for an opportunity to arise.

Private Gallagher compares the monsters they face with the monsters that his family...

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