The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 33, 34, and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 33, 34, and Epilogue Summary

Despite his lovely afternoon with Marisol in the mountains, Pancho joins Juan for his ride into town, and borrows his truck from there. Pancho drives to Robert Lewis' address and spends some time scoping out the property before he makes his move. He's surprised when a young girl, about twelve-years-old, leaves the house with her mother, Robert Lewis' wife, for a soccer game. Looking through the windows into the house, Pancho sees the girl's bedroom, filled with the same dolls Rosa used to collect. In the living room, he sees Robert Lewis asleep in an armchair, a bowl of chips and a bottle of beer nearby. Pancho manages to slide open the backdoor and enter the house without waking Robert Lewis. Crouched in the porch, Pancho opens Rosa's diary and writes three pages of handwritten thoughts on its pages...

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