Brief Lives - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

They sit down to eat, but neither Dream nor Delirium partake of the meal, despite Destruction's attempts to press various dishes on them. Delirium tells Destruction of their quest, and when Destruction asks why they tried to find him, she says to get him back. Dream says that he did it to accompany Delirium, and then to make sure Ruby did not die in vain.

Destruction tells them that he is no longer needed, that people make their own creation and destruction. Dream inquires as to how Destruction knew of their quest. Destruction mentions the scrying pool and about certain mechanism he put in place to warn him if anyone tried to find him and to attempt to stop them if they did. Dream asks him if these mechanisms could be responsible for the destruction that followed them, including the transfiguration of Destruction's lover Astarte. Destruction says...

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