The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 28 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 28 - 30 Summary

The morning arrives for D.Q. to transfer from Casa Esperanza to Helen's house. He's not looking forward to the transition, but he puts on a brave face for the other patients. Josie takes the move particularly hard, weeping and wailing when Pancho tries to say goodbye. She's just received amazing news, that her cancer is in remission, but she doesn't think she can celebrate without Pancho. Seeing Josie cry floods with Pancho with emotion. Suddenly, beautiful scenes from his last few weeks flash in his mind and he feels tears welling in his eyes. He gruffly hugs Josie and walks away. When he's out of her eyeshot, he leans against he building and weeps for the first time in his life. He weeps for the death of his father, losing Rosa, and all his other goodbyes. Then he clenches his...

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