The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Chapters 36 through 40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 36 through 40 Summary

The Insurgent takes place in Fort Powell, Iowa, in the year 97 A.V. and opens with a call from the director to help bring insurgents to justice. In chapter thirty-six, the city is called the Homeland and is under Guilder's control, but there are insurgents who have set bombs and caused problems for the government. A woman named Sara is among those being held. An older woman, Jackie, is very sick and Sara is worried about her. The city is ruled by the red-eyes. They are super-sensitive to light and feed on blood, but not the way the true vampires do. Sara was from the First Colony and she learns that dozens of those who had lived there were also taken prisoner and many have died.

There's a huge construction site Sara and Jackie pass on their way to work each...

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