A Fine White Dust - Chapter 2: The Hitchhiker Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: The Hitchhiker Summary

It seemed as though the man came to town just when the boy needed him. The first time the boy saw him was when the man was hitchhiking. They didn't pick him up, of course, but as they passed by, the man's bright blue eyes locked on his. It was powerful and scary. The second time he saw the man was in the drugstore on the last day of seventh grade. He was looking at comic books when he looked up and the man was standing near the soda fountain. He turned away from him and buried himself in some of the books.

The boy maintained a sense of where the man was and waited for him to leave. But he stayed there, standing at the counter even when Darlene Cook put his food down in front of him...

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