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Pines - Chapter 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Blake Crouch
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Chapter 13

Ethan dreams of the Iraq War, and wakes up, freezing cold. Down below him, the people of the town are moving along the river. However, when he next looks, all he can see is one individual –who looks as if he is smelling the air, and then disappears, traveling on all fours, arms twice their normal length, with a large nose. Ethan does not go back to sleep. He thinks instead of Theresa. In daylight, Ethan can see how bruised and battered his body is. He eats the bread and carrots he has on him, and then finds a walking stick to continue his journey. He travels along the river into a canyon to a point where the river narrows to a stream. He sleeps through the night, and continues on the next morning. He continues upstream, to the spring which feeds...

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