On a Pale Horse - Chapter 3, Ewes and Does Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Ewes and Does Summary

Chronos, the personification of Time, is sitting in the car next to Zane. He introduces himself and explains that he came in response to Zane toying with the watch. Chronos explains how the watch keeps track of Death's backlog and how Zane can stop time completely with the watch. If Zane does a bad job as Death, his soul will accumulate evil and go to Hell. If he does well, he will go to Heaven. Every Death kills his predecessor, but other Incarnations, like Chronos, earn their positions in other ways.

Zane asks Chronos about the baby and learns that evils like incest or rape embed themselves on the souls of the children of those crimes, because of the beliefs and guilt of the people who have sinned. Zane is uneasy at the idea and asks about...

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