Dragondrums - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Piemur is stranded in the Southern Continent. He is protecting the egg and buries it in the warm sand near the sea water so it can incubate. Piemur is scrounging for food. He finds orange and red fruits in the forest but hungers for more substantial food. He uses a jungle vine and a plant thorn to rig a fishing line. After much effort, he is able to land a yellow tail. Piemur manages to roast the fish and enjoys his delicious catch. He continues fishing, collecting fruit and tubers from the forest. He is able to sustain himself but begins to wonder why he is seeing no dragons or fire lizards fly over. Suddenly it occurs to him that perhaps there is a danger that Thread could drop down. His fear turns into reality as the vicious gray rain of the Thread...

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