Underground Airlines - Part One: North: Chapters 20 - 25 Summary & Analysis

Ben H. Winters
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Chapter 20 – Victor comes to realize he has enough information about Jackdaw and the people helping him to bring the case to a close, send in a team to capture him, and move on to his next assignment. Victor decides to call Bridge’s office but is surprised to learn, when Bridge’s secretary looks up the case file, that it does not exist. He realizes that Jackdaw’s case is not official, and that the Marshal’s were hunting Jackdaw not so he could be returned, but for another unknown reasons that fills Victor with dread and fear. Victor finds himself in a crisis of conscience, wondering about who he was as a person: “I was a monster, but way down underneath I was good. Wasn’t I?” (163). He feels an overwhelming need to locate Jackdaw quickly.

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