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Children of the Mind Chapter Summary & Analysis - 'I'm Not Myself' Summary

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'I'm Not Myself' Summary

Children of the Mind is the fourth and final novel in the Ender quartet, continuing precisely where Xenocide leaves off. In fact, the novel begins even at the precise moment when Si-Wang-mu leaves Path with Peter to join him in his mission to stop the Lusitania fleet from destroying Lusitania. Meanwhile, Miro and Young Valentine continue scouting for new habitable planets while Jane moves colonists off the planet as quickly as she can manage before her own imminent destruction because of Starways Congress shutting down the ansible networks.

Si Wang-mu follows Peter aboard his faster-than-light ship, which to her looks nothing like an interplanetary vessel. Really just a large box with a computer, a couple of seats and a cooler, Wang-mu enters the ship to find Peter deep in dark reflection. "I'm not myself," he tells her. "I'm not really Peter Wiggin." His...

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