Grayson - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

Lynne Cox
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Cox tried to move to shallow water but was unable to do so because she could feel herself falling into the hole created by the huge creature below her. She found herself pulled along in the vortex of the creature. Regardless of how quickly she kicked and pulled with her arms, Cox was unable to break free from this vortex. Then, the water calmed and she hoped whatever the creature was had moved on. She made a sprint for the shore thinking she’d be safer swimming closer to the shore. However, a huge wave crashed into her slamming her into the beach twice. In her fear, she wanted to get out of the water but convinced herself to stay in the water and finish her workout.

She was in the San Gabriel River jetty where she didn’t like to walk on...

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