Blind Alley - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

In the tunnel, Trevor leads the way with a flashlight. He tells her to stay close. She chides that he'd probably like to scare her now if he could, and, while he admits he'd like to see her rattled, he promises he won't. Jane informs him that he'd have to do better than rats because she was used to rats from some of the orphanages where she used to live.

Trevor tells her what he knows about the actual eruption in which, in all likelihood, Cira perished. Jane asks him about the dreams he has of Cira. When she probes deeper into the content of the dream, Trevor reveals that the dreams were sexual; this makes Jane a bit uncomfortable.

Changing the subject, Jane inquires as to why Herculaneum hasn't been further excavated. Trevor says that it's been primarily because of the costs...

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