• In Chapter 1, Caden Bosch relates his story in the second-person: “There are two things you know. One: You were there. Two: You couldn’t have been there.
• Caden is in bed in the middle of the night, listening to the sounds around him and worried about forgetting things, missing details, and losing concentration; it is during this time that the Captain always appears.
• In Chapter 2, the narrative transitions to Caden's first-person point of view as he talks with the Captain.
• The Captain contends that the depths of the Marianas Trench are immeasurable, though Caden explains the Trench has been measured to a depth of 6.8 miles.
• In Chapter 3, Caden describes a dream where he is lying on a table in a sparkling white kitchen, surrounded by monsters disguised as his parents who then proceed to put something into Caden to tear him to pieces.
• In Chapter 4, Caden...
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