To Your Scattered Bodies Go; a Science Fiction Novel - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-18 Summary

In Chapter Sixteen, Burton and Frigate are taken to Goring's palace. Goring expresses distaste for Hitler's attitude towards the Jews, but admits that it is a very useful tool for controlling people. Frigate tells Goring how he thinks they have been brought back, and also that he believes they are not actually the original people, but instead just exact copies, unless there really is a soul separate from the body in the first place which can be put into a new body. This idea disturbs both Burton and Goring. Goring again asks them to join him and Tullius, but they refuse once more, to Goring's great disappointment. They are returned to the other prisoners and decide to keep watch overnight. In the morning, they move to attack, but see that Kazz has already begun as the subhuman kills several guards unexpectedly...

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