The Book of Strange New Things - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Michel Faber
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Chapter 3

Peter wakes in a haze, still feeling the effects of the drugs. The other passengers, BG and Severin, wake as well and start to compete to see who can fully recover first. The pilot, Tuska, had wakened before all of them. BG and Severin help Peter, telling him that they’ve made the trip to Oasis before. While he is recovering, Peter thinks about Bea and how much he misses her. He imagines what she must be doing with her days. The jump into space has taken a month. Peter reflects on the difficulties of the journey, as one mistake in the jump could have left the ship stranded. He has dinner with the others and gets on well enough with the other passengers, despite their crudeness. Tuska reveals that everything has been successful with the jump and that they will be...

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