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The Eyre Affair: A Novel - Chapter 23, The Drop, Chapter 24, Martin Chuzzlewit is Reprieved, and Chapter 25, Time Enough for Contemplation Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 23, The Drop, Chapter 24, Martin Chuzzlewit is Reprieved, and Chapter 25, Time Enough for Contemplation Summary

In chapter twenty-three, Thursday arrives at the designated drop point alone, as instructed. Schitt and his men are hidden all along the train depot, ready to block the entrance as soon as Hades arrives. Thursday waits a long time and finally becomes bored, so she gets up to take a closer look at the place where Hades instructed her to leave the money. Just as Thursday realizes the set up, Hades arrives in an airplane. Hades snatches the money up with a cable that has been carefully strung, escaping without ever touching ground. Thursday follows in her car, but is stopped when Hades crosses a river into Wales. Wales is a republic, therefore she nor any other...

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