The Curse of Lono - Why Do They Lie to Us? and Tits Like Orange Fireballs Summary & Analysis

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Why Do They Lie to Us? and Tits Like Orange Fireballs Summary and Analysis

The next day, Hunter and Ralph (with family in tow) leave Honolulu for Kona, where Hunter has reserved a seaside retreat. Ralph is anxious to recover in Kona's milder climate, but the author foreshadows that misery awaits them all. Following is a two page spread depicting several runners wearing their "finisher" award shirts. Hunter befriends a local ship captain known simply as "Captain Steve." Steve gives Hunter a lift to the retreat. On the way, Steve suggests that they later take the boat out and do some fishing. The narrative is briefly interrupted by an excerpt from The Last Voyage of Captain James Cook, detailing Hawaii's ceremonial acceptance of Cook as the returned god Lono.

After an unusual run-in with one...

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