The Troop - Part 2, Chapter 31 – Part 3, Chapter 40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 – Ephraim continues cutting himself all over his body to find the worm he believes is inside him. Shelley continues to egg him on. Ephraim grows weak and weary. The chapter ends with a future article from GQ Magazine which relates how powerless Jeff Jenks felt waiting for word on his son and the boys. Jenks still has scars from where the military police beat him after his attempt to get to the island. Jenks reveals the authorities said his son’s body was not found. Jenks contends his son did not go down without a fight.

Chapter 32 – Kent remains in the cellar. Shelley decides to kill him as darkness falls and the other boys have not yet returned. Shelley lures Kent near the water and drowns Kent. Worms begin writhing from his body, surrounding and attacking Shelley. Kent’s body...

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