Railsea - Part III - Part IV Summary & Analysis

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Part III

Chapter 28

Manihiki is the center of the world. Trains from every corner of the railsea are streaming towards Manihiki. They pass a galleytrain, powered by slaves, and this disgusts the crew of the Medes. While Manihiki permits no slavery on its shores, it can do nothing about slavery on the rails. Each train obeys the laws of its home on the rails. The hustle and bustle and wealth of the Manihiki stuns Sham. Captain Naphi is well-known in the book, ordinator, and arts districts. Naphi and Sham go to Scabbling Street Market for salvage.

Chapter 29

Sham is given the task of going to fetch books for Naphi, to bring them back to the train. He has many hours to complete this task. She even gives him an advance in his pay for lunch. Sham uses the time to...

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