The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 10 - 12 Summary

Pancho wakes up after a thunderstorm to find his punching bag soaked through with water. It makes the bag much tougher to punch, but Pancho punches the bag over and over until his knuckles are bloody. He turns around to see that D.Q. has been watching him the whole time, snuggled safely into the waterproof "cocoon," an old army tent with protection from the wind, rain, and insects. He informs Pancho that they'll be leaving for Albuquerque tomorrow to start his treatment at the children's hospital there. He hopes the treatment will only take a few weeks and then he can get started on his real plan. D.Q. is glad to have a friend joining him for the trip since he'll have to make contact with his mother, a woman he's desperately seeking emancipation from. The advanced treatment was...

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