116 pages 3 hours read

Alan Gratz

Code of Honor

Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 2015

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Chapters 16-19Chapter Summaries & Analyses

Chapter 16 Summary

Kamran thinks he must be in an elevator, based on the hum of the floor and the close quarters, though he can't see anything, as he has a bag over his head. He recalls being taken from his bed, two DHS agents walking at his elbows as he was thrown in the back of a car, and then led onto an airplane. Nobody answered his questions about his location, or when he could speak with his parents. In the airplane, he drank water that made him fall asleep; when he woke, he was groggy and realized he had been drugged, in order to make him more manageable during the flight: “I had been taken from my home, handcuffed, hooded, and drugged” (55).

Two agents guide him into a room, pull out a metal chair, and handcuff him to the table in front of him. They take the bag off his head and disappear. Kamran breathes fresh air and looks around. He is in an interrogation room. Nobody is there with him. He calls out, but nobody answers. He tries not to cry.