Grayson - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

Lynne Cox
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Cox swam back toward the pier. She noticed the baby whale wasn’t following her and tried to make sounds to get its attention. Realizing she wasn’t able to speak its language, Cox decided just to swim and see what would happen. Soon the baby began following her. Once she reached the pier, Steve told her a fisherman had seen the mother whale near an oil rig. The baby swam in that direction and Cox decided to follow. Although Cox was afraid to swim the mile and a half to the oil rig alone, she pushed herself to take advantage of the opportunity. Before she began to swim she tried to convince Steve that she’d be all right because she would be swimming with the gray’s son, a reference that she shortened to Grayson.

As they got further and further...

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