Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

That night, when Shimoda observes it is a great way to run the universe, allowing everyone to do whatever he or she wants, Richard adds a proviso, "as long as we don't hurt somebody else." A shadow frightens Richard. Shimoda walks toward it and leads back a lean, wolf-like fellow dressed in evening clothes and a lined cape. He speaks with an indistinct East European accent and seems uncomfortable in the light. Richard tries to put him at ease but jumps back when he asks to drink some of his blood. The wanderer has not chosen this lonely, painful life and seems to think Shimoda will force Richard to submit. When Richard threatens violence, the vampire admits Shimoda has made his point, smiles, and fades away.

Still trembling, Richard hears in a mock-Transylvanian accent about a "thought-form," a very useful tool when one...

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