A Salty Piece of Land - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

"If I Were Like Lightning"

The next morning Tully takes Mr. Twain for a ride. They go for a swim and lay on the beach. Mr. Twain gives him a look that asks what's next. Gray clouds are on the horizon and a bolt of lightning strikes the water and the sun returns. Tully rubs his good luck charm and heads into town singing.

Chapter 12 Analysis

This short, transitional chapter brings a quick storm with a single bolt of lightning. Having followed through on what Johnny Red Dust has advised, Tully is ready and willing for the next part of his journey.

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