I'm now on page 150. Louis has gotten a job at Sam Beavers camp as a bugler. He wants jobs so he can pay off the money from the stolen trumpet. At the camp he became an integral part of its society. Each morning he would play a wake up call and in the night he would play taps to send the kids to sleep. While at camp Louis saved a kid from drowning. This proved how heroic he could be. After the summer was over Louis asked Sam if there were any other jobs that he could think of. Sam told him about the swan boats in Boston. Louis the. Took the long flight out to Boston. When he got there he tried out to see if he could play for the boats company. After Louis got the job he was taken to the Ritz Carlton. I have left Louis in the Ritz about to start his job gaining more money to pay off the debt from the stolen trumpet by playing for the swan boats. This again shows how Nobel Louis is to go to such lengths to be honorable. I look forward to see more of the book. What lengths would you go to to hold up your honor?