The Lord of Opium - Chapter 10-11 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Farmer
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Matt visited the hospital, hoping to find information on the microchipping process for the eejits. He barely made it in the door before suffering an asthma attack from the poor quality air. A nurse named Fiona helped Matt, telling him that there were basically no patients in the hospital, only eejits. When Matt was home and safely in bed, he asked Fiona about the eejit microchips.

The chipping process began with an IV drip. The chips are inserted into the bloodstream with the IV. Fiona told him the chips are smaller than blood cells and filter through the entire body. After fifteen minutes, the regular brain function is gone and the people have turned into eejits. The talk of eejit training reminded Matt that he’d sent Waitress to be retrained. Despite his sickness, Matt frantically jumped from his bed and asked to...

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