Grayson - Chapter Eight Summary & Analysis

Lynne Cox
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In Chapter Eight, Cox began swimming back to shore, fighting against the tide. After she swum just more than 20 minutes, Grayson appeared beside her again. He laid his head in the water as if he were listening to something. Cox followed his example and heard squeaks. She saw a dorsal fin moving toward her, and then counted more than 200 dolphins swimming in their direction. She listened to the dolphins laughing and talking, and then watched as they performed for her, showing off their agility. Grayson watched as well. Some of the dolphins swam up to Grayson and seemed to be trying to communicate with him. Then they swam away and joined their herd.

Grayson began to swim back to the oil rig. Cox wondered why but then the baby whale swam right up to her, letting her touch him. She felt his dimples...

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