116 pages 3 hours read

Alan Gratz

Code of Honor

Fiction | Novel | YA | Published in 2015

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Chapters 63-67Chapter Summaries & Analyses

Chapter 63 Summary

Hagan calls to check in on the team. He says he got word of a massive explosion, and assumes they found something. Jimmy confirms that they did, and explains the situation. Hagan is proud of them, and commends them for saving lives and ending Ansari's plot. Kamran expresses his concern that Darius will be killed because the scheme is foiled, and Mickey is frank with him, saying, “It's a possibility [...] I’m sorry Kamran, but that's the truth of it” (198). Kamran realizes they only have three days, if not less, to find Darius and save him before he becomes expendable. The call ends, and Jimmy turns to everyone. He points out that Hagan said nothing about the team of terrorists that had been waiting for them. Jimmy explains that “there was only one other person who knew we were going to be at that warehouse tonight [...] Mickey Hagan” (199). 

Chapter 64 Summary

Kamran is at first doubtful that Hagan could be the traitor. He trusted him in the facility, and felt like Hagan was on his side. But the more he thinks about it, the more he realizes that Hagan is in the perfect position to be a traitor, as someone on the inside of DHS: “When it came right down to it, I realized, I didn't know anything about Mickey Hagan.