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Furious Gulf - Part 5, Chapter 6 Eating the Storm Summary & Analysis

Gregory Benford
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Part 5, Chapter 6 Eating the Storm Summary

The violence begins as a flicker, a prickle in Toby's mind. A bird lands on a branch overhead. Toby glances at it and if says, "I need help" with a perfect Bishop accent. Toby insists that the Mantis is after him, and he needs a place to hide. The bird argues that this is a time for openness, not hiding. An immense, blue-black beast attacks Toby and the entire forest. Toby blindly calls out for Killeen and Quath. Animals run in circles, yelping. Toby can feel something trying to probe his mind. He opens a small wedge in his sensorium to it. He can feel something struggling to be let out of the esty.

Part 5, Chapter 6 Eating the Storm Analysis

When the beast attacks Toby, he realizes that true violence is happening down all the...

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