Children of the Mind - 'This Has Always Been Your Body' Summary & Analysis

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'This Has Always Been Your Body' Summary

Malu makes a joke, saying he cannot determine whether the fact that Jane inhabited Peter makes him holy or the fact that she left him makes Peter unholy. Malu informs them that the god cannot stay where she is, that her strength will eventually usurp the bodies of the mothertrees unless she moves on. Peter nods his understanding, having felt her strength himself. He also acknowledges that Malu was right, that he now knows how severely he wishes to cling to life. Malu tells them that it is still possible for Ender to die and give a body to Jane and for Jane to be restored to her former ability. He reveals that he has known about her shutdown for sometime and that they have prepared on Pacifica to store a great deal of her memory in...

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