The Great and Secret Show: The First Book of the Art - Part 4, Chapters 7-11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 7-11 Summary

In chapter seven, Witt is measuring a pool when something ripples on the surface. He goes back into the house and hears a noise upstairs. He sees what he thinks is a white wind-up centipede toy, and goes to pick it up. He realizes too late that it is not a toy at all, but a creature. He throws it to the ground, and Tommy-Ray appears, inviting him to come into the room. Inside, the Jaff is covered with his terata. Witt pretends to be very curious about the one in the pool, and Tommy-Ray takes him back outside to see it. Witt suddenly pushes Tommy-Ray in the pool and runs away. The Jaff scolds Tommy-Ray for letting him go, but decides to send him back to the mission for the last vial of Nuncio.

In chapter eight, Grillo...

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