A Fine White Dust - Chapter 5: The Change Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5: The Change Summary

Pete's father was openly disappointed that Pete was "saved". At dinner that night, everyone was quiet and there was tension in the air. He wanted his father to be happy for him but it was obvious that he was not. Pete had planned to go to church that night but after his father's reaction, he thought it would be better if he didn't go. His mother had left a new Bible in his room so he knew she wasn't angry with him, but she didn't seem to be overjoyed either.

Walt reminded Pete about the time his father, Pete's grandmother, was baptized in the river. He had refused to take his glasses off. If the angels were heading his way, he wanted to see them. They all laughed and the tension seemed to dissipate. But after a short while...

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