Grayson - Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

Lynne Cox
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In Chapter Seven, Cox waited for Grayson as he swam and then jumped into the air. She strained to see him and wondered how long she’d have to wait for him to return. She finally came to the conclusion that she would wait as long as she had to because the waiting was as important as doing. Even though she tried to keep her thoughts positive, she was getting colder, tired and hungry. She thought about all the things she’d like to have to eat but those thoughts only made her even hungrier. It was when she thought about Grayson and how he might be feeling that she became more motivated. Even so, the water was colder closer to the oil rig. Cox was aware that she wasn’t creating the heat she needed to keep her body’s temperature up...

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