On Such a Full Sea - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 discusses Quig’s life before living in the compound. He had a normal Charter life, and was educated in veterinarian medicine. He married a woman named Glynnis, and they had a daughter named Trish. Pets were highly regarded in the Charters and Quig made a great living until an outbreak of a hemorrhagic fever crossed from animals to humans. Domestic animals were put down and Quig lost his practice. Quig and Glynnis took other jobs to try and make ends meet. Eventually, Glynnis started selling the leftover veterinary drugs on the black market. They were caught, tried, and convicted, which resulted in their banishment from the charter. This was all the information Penelope gave Fan. Quig and Fan talk while they’re in the car while Loreen’s sleeps. Quig asks Fan if she wants to drive for real this time. Fan...

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