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The Floating Island - Chapter Twenty Eight through Chapter Thirty Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty Eight through Chapter Thirty Summary

Chapter Twenty Eight finds Ven yelling across the ocean for Amariel, who tells him to find a boat if he wants to get out into open sea. Char, Clem, and Ven find a vessel suitable, although abandoned, and Clem points out that Ven has suddenly become a decision maker. He notes that he has found a necessity to do so. Saeli, however, is too afraid to go, so Ven asks her to stay behind with the horses. The group sets off, but their rowing seems to do nothing until there is a sudden jerk, and Ven feels the boat being pulled. Looking over, he sees Amariel helping them along. Once in the sea, Amariel asks if Ven is finally ready to explore with her, and when he declines, she leaves. Ven laments he has never been so...

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