Children of the Mind - 'What Matters is What Fiction You Believe' Summary & Analysis

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'What Matters is What Fiction You Believe' Summary

Human and the Hive Queen, having created the largest philotic web ever with the help of all other queens and fathertrees and mothertrees, boldly attempt to locate and capture Jane's aiua, since they risk losing her forever when her destruction casts it loose into the universe. Unable to locate her, they consider how she may be connected to Ender. Seemingly, the only way to locate her is to have Ender call her aiua into one of his bodies and then leave her there. Given his own critical state, it seems an unlikely hope. The Queen questions whether Ender might not find his way into Peter when he himself dies. Human responds that he is not likely to, since Peter represents the part of himself that he most loathes.

Jane musters the strength for one last...

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