The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 31 & 32 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 31 & 32 Summary

Johnny Corazon has moved into D.Q.'s house and gives him treatments everyday in the cabana. Johnny has decided that D.Q. should take part in a healing ritual, spending the night outdoors to communicate with the gods. He says it is a ritual to show his desire to heal, both physically and spiritually. Even though the ritual is usually undertaken by one person alone, Johnny Corazon suggests that Pancho make the same commitment to healing. When Pancho sees the sparkle in D.Q.'s eye, he knows he cannot say no. Ever since contributing to D.Q.'s heartbreak, he's felt guilty, and he hopes a night out together might mend some of those wounds. That night, as they trek out into the piñon grove, D.Q. whispers that his health is slipping. Even though he thinks some of Johnny...

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