Bone - The Valley or Vernal Equinox; Book Three: Eyes of the Storm Summary & Analysis

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The Valley or Vernal Equinox; Book Three: Eyes of the Storm Summary

In chapter one, Thorn is dreaming of the dragons again. In her dream, this time the hooded figure appears and tells her to come closer. When Thorn gets near, the hooded figure pulls back the cloak and the face is that of Fone. The princess awakes with a start.

In chapter two, Fone is also having a dream about his favorite book, Moby Dick. In Fone's dream, he is thrown overboard and the great red dragon appears in the water just as Fone wakes up. After discussing the dreams, Thorn thinks they may be connected. The dragon comes by to talk to Fone and calls him Ishmael, explaining that Thorn and him both had intruders in their dreams.

As chapter three begins, Lucius...

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