The Incendiaries - Chapters 25 – 32 Summary & Analysis

R. O. Kwon
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Chapter 25 is told from the perspective of Will. Will and Phoebe attended the anti-abortion march in Manhattan with John Leal and the other Jejah members. John Leal confronted Will over questioning the accuracy of his stories from the gulag and demanded that Will wash his feet.

Later during the march, Phoebe apologized to Will for telling John Leal what he had said. Will decided to take a tranquilizer to help him calm down and he became disorientated and unwell. Phoebe took him to the train station and put him on a train alone, before returning to rejoin the march.

At home, Will expected Phoebe to return later that night but when he woke the next morning she was not there. Will became worried something had happened to Phoebe but when she returned she said that her phone had died. Will knew this was not...

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