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New Moon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, Paris Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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Chapter 16, Paris Summary

Bella does not drown. Just as she thinks she is going to, her head comes up out of the water. Jacob is there to pull her out of the water. He pounds on her back to get the water out of her lungs and commands her to breathe. Once he sees she is alive, he yells at her for doing something so stupid as to jump off the cliff. She agrees that it was stupid. As they leave, Bella looks back at the water to see a flash of fire zoom past, as if the water was angry that she didn't die. Jacob takes her back to his house to get warm and dry, saying that he came looking for her when he found out that Victoria was headed for the water (Vampires can swim great distances.). Then he tells Bella the bad news&mdash...

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