Childhood's End - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Karellen meets with Rashaverak back in his office, asking questions about Rupert Boyce. Rashaverak feels that Rupert is harmless, and not clever enough for the Overlords to feel threatened by his interest in the paranormal. However, they find Jean to be valuable, since the spirit communicating during Rupert's Ouija reading channeled through her. The Overlords decide to put her in Category Purple, a group reserved for the most important humans on earth. They also decide to keep tabs on Jan Rodericks, as they are suspicious of his interest in their home planet.

Rupert Boyce is somewhat puzzled by the outcome of the reading at his party. He knows that something important happened, but has fuzzy memories due to being drunk. The notes that were taken during the reading have also disappeared. Since the game was Rupert's idea, he decides to forget about the incident.

Jean's collapse at...

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