Cat's Cradle - Chapters 107-113 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 107-113 Summary

John drags all three Hoenikkers into the death chamber to see what they have done. Newt throws up on the floor. He exclaims that it is just like the dog. On the fateful Christmas Eve when Dr. Hoenikker died, the boys were walking along the beach. A black Labrador retriever followed them into the house. Inside, Dr. Hoenikker had obviously been experimenting with his new invention. There were pots and pans full of water and solid Ice-nine all over the kitchen. The doctor was resting in his favorite wicker chair in the living room.

Following the boys in, the dog licked the pan full of Ice-nine. He immediately froze, turning cement-like. The children realized that their father had invented something even more deadly than the hydrogen bomb. Running to tell him, they discovered Dr. Hoenikker dead in the living room. Without...

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