Children of the New World - “Fall Line” Summary & Analysis

Alexander Weinstein
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Summary

This story is told from Ronnie Hawk’s first-person limited point of view. Ronnie is a returned professional skier who recently recovered from a terrible injury. Snow has disappeared from the planet, leaving the Utah-based ski lodge he works at in a terrible state. Ronnie is not happy about his current life circumstances and he spends his days fantasizing about the person he used to be and the glamorous life he used to have.

Most people wear special contact lenses in order to hook up to a social media service called “Third Eye.” This allows followers to see exactly what the person sees while they are wearing their contacts. Ronnie laments about the fact that his followers have dwindled since he has stopped skiing. He misses being famous, popular, and desired. One night, Ronnie manages to find a young girl who wants to...

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