The Floating Island - Chapter Twenty Five through Chapter Twenty Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty Five through Chapter Twenty Seven Summary

In Chapter Twenty Five, Ven informs McLean that he has discovered his secret based on his comment; McLean is blind. McLean admits he is and that the Spice Folk, Murphy, and Trudy all act as his eyes, as does the wind and the music. As the two then discuss Ven's options, McLean reminds him that he can always return home. Ven, still afraid of his father, claims he isn't sure he has a home, but McLean notes home is where one chooses to stay and chooses to fight for. Ven remarks that Oliver used him to call the island, and although McLean admits this is true, he also remarks that Oliver's trip to the island also allowed Ven to send word home to his family, and Ven is reassured. Ven offers to call the island...

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