In Sunlight and in Shadow - Chapters 25-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-29 Summary

In chapter twenty-five, Harry considers what he must do next. Though he is still injured from the beating, he has returned home and is running and swimming once more. Catherine has sent a taxi to pick him up, and he expects to be taken to a train stations, but she takes him to lunch instead. But first, they go to an air terminal. They board a small place, which Harry finds unsettling because he's only ever boarded one during wartime. The sea is calm, and they are able to take off and land on the ocean. They pick up Catherine's parents along the way and fly to Maine, and go to the Hale's residence there. Billy announces that they are going sailing tomorrow. Catherine tells him that they could give everything up to live like this, but Harry needs something more...

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