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The Last Thing I Remember Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapter 10: Leave Me Alone, Winston Churchill and Chapter 11:The Woods Summary

Andrew Klavan
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Part 1: Chapter 10: Leave Me Alone, Winston Churchill and Chapter 11:The Woods Summary

The guards are running towards Charlie in the wrecked truck but all he can think about is Beth. He sees her smile and then she opens her mouth to speak and a British voice tells him, "Never give in." He groans and tries to shake the message from Churchill out of his head and get back to Beth. For a moment, Charlie argues with the voice that tells him not to quit. Finally, he just forces his eyes open and gets out of the truck. Taking the gun he grabbed from the driver earlier, he grabs the keys from the ignition in the hopes that he'll slow the guards down, noting the flashlight on the keyring, and puts them in his pocket. Despite being beaten, tortured and...

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