The Postmortal - Part I: Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

Drew Magary
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Chapter 13 - DC Apparently Stands for "Don't Come"

This chapter was noted by the archeologists who found the old laptop as an email from a friend of John's who was living in Washington, DC. He reported in the email that things were very bad there, that all of the mass transit systems were crowded or impossible. The buses had stopped running across the Potomac because protesters had increased in epic proportions. Things were so bad that the Supreme Court was relocated to a secret location just to protect them from harm. He stated that there had been many bomb threats to the White House. He also wrote that the National Guard had been put on standby and that a type of martial law had been enacted, which meant that armed guardsmen were stationed in all of the train stations and near...

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