The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 22 - 24 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 22 - 24 Summary

Pancho, D.Q., Marisol, and Josie all prepare to visit the zoo. Even though D.Q. is feeling particularly weak from his chemotherapy treatment, D.Q. refuses to miss an opportunity to spend the afternoon with Marisol. Pancho feels himself strangely drawn to Marisol and makes a point of avoiding being alone with her; he doesn't want to hurt D.Q.'s feelings. The four ride the public bus to the zoo and for the first half of the journey are the only passengers. Josie chatters about the animals she wants to see, while Pancho distractedly listens. The next time the bus driver stops, she picks up three boys about Pancho's age. They're dressed in baggy jeans and loose fitting shirts that give the immediate impression that they're gangsters. One of the boys speaks loudly into his cell phone, cursing every...

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