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Phantoms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two: Chapters 31-35, Computer Games, Destiny, Phantoms, Saying Goodbye, Pandemonium Summary

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Part Two: Chapters 31-35, Computer Games, Destiny, Phantoms, Saying Goodbye, Pandemonium Summary

A computer comes to life and invites Hammond to play Twenty Questions. Sara Yamaguchi sits down and begins to type questions. The group is told that it has many names, such as countless, and many. The thing then tells them they are cattle, and wants to know when Flyte, its biographer will arrive. Flyte is guaranteed safe passage by the creature who declares, "I am all and none, I am nothing, I am everything."

In chapter thirty-two, Fletcher Kale has found guns in Jackson's home as well as cash that the deputy's father had hidden over the years. Kale reflects on how a few hours ago he had been in jail and now he has enough money to take care of his problems. Kale finds it amusing...

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