Chomp - Chapter Twenty-One and Twenty-Two Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-One and Twenty-Two Summary

Chapter Twenty-One: The tree under which Derek took shelter is struck by lightning. The bolt travels down the tree, through the roots, and into the Helmet Cam he is using as a stool. Derek is thrown and he does not remember the lightning strike. He feels a current flowing through him; he feels the urge to fly like a hummingbird or a bat. The transformation is happening, so he thinks. He isn't even hungry, which is further proof that he is becoming a vampire. Derek finds a hole in his shorts and a tender spot on his bottom, which he believes is "the mark of the undead" (p. 215). The narrator calls the wound "the mark of the stupid" (p. 215). He realizes his airboat too full of water to be of any use. Derek can't build anything, so...

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