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Neverwhere Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13-14 Summary

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

The angel Islington dreams of Atlantis' last hours. He hovers above the doomed city, listening to a chorus of screams, hearing each one distinctly, as the Antlanteans burn, drown or otherwise perish. The sun rises on a vacant patch of sea littered with the corpses of men, women and children. Islington wakes, walking over to a clear pool. He uses the pool to contact Croup and Vandemar, ordering them to keep Door safe on her journey back to him and giving them permission to do what they like with the marquis. The two assassins are relieved—the marquis has already died an agonizing death.

Pleased at having finally killed someone, Croup is disappointed that they can't make better use of the marquis's body. Vandemar pitches the corpse into a brown river of sewage. Meanwhile, Door, anxious to reunite with the marquis, asks a boy...

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