The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel - Chapters 58 through 62 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 58 through 62 Summary

In chapter fifty-eight, Sara knows she'll soon be called on to carry out Nina's plan. She doesn't know what it is but suspects she'll be a suicide bomber. Her only thought is that her death gives Kate a chance to live. Sara spends as much time as possible with Kate but their time feels final and Kate, who has bonded with Sara, senses it as well. One day Kate gives Sara a note that indicates there's a bomb in a specific place in a nearby shed. Sara hides to read it but Lila interrupts, asking for chocolate. Though Sara doesn't know what it is, she heads for the kitchen, hoping someone else will know what Lila wants. On the way she encounters a woman she'd known before taking her new identity. The woman cries out to Sara, calling her by name...

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