The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Chatpers 29 through 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chatpers 29 through 35 Summary

Part five is "The Oil Road", and it opens with a map of the path from the Freeport Refinery to Kerrville, Texas, where there is a large settlement. In chapter twenty-nine, Michael Fisher is in his bunk in Freeport, Texas. He works at the refinery and he and his girlfriend, Lore DeVeer, are having sex. He's a little late for work and finds that he's assigned a dangerous job, not as punishment, but because he is one of the few capable of handling it. Michael learns that Peter will be arriving soon.

In chapter thirty, Peter arrives at Kerrville, Texas. His first stop is to visit his old friend, Lucius Greer. Greer is in prison because he left his post. He has found peace in his existence and cites his belief that God is in control. They talk about several of...

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