The Indwelling: The Beast Takes Possession - Chapters 5-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-10 Summary

In Chapter 5, Tsion waits for Chloe's reaction to the news about her father and the fact that he is wanted for Carpathia's murder. The author describes the scene: "Difficult as it was to inform her, Tsion was oddly still reeling from what to him had felt almost like an out-of-body experience while praying. He had heard of those and pooh-poohed them as fabrications or drug-induced hallucinations on deathbeds" (Chapter 5, p. 87).

Tsion is reminded of a verse from the Old Testament - Joel 2:28-32.

Chloe says she should have seen it coming. Steele has changed so much, almost as much as he had after the Rapture. It was almost as if he had reverted to his previous self.

Tsion and Chloe begin to wonder if Steele might be guilty.

Mac and Abdullah meet Hassid in an airport hangar. The men talk briefly...

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