The Infinite Sea - Book Two, Part VII: Chapters 50 - 55 Summary & Analysis

Rick Yancey
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Book Two opens with Part VII: The Sum of All Things, and in Chapter 50, Ringer sits alone in a white, windowless classroom, still sore from Wonderland where they uploaded all of her memories. Vosch notes that Marika is dead, and Ringer has risen from her ashes. Asking if Teacup is alive, Ringer does not trust the response because she knows Vosch will use Teacup's life as a way of offering false hope and gaining leverage. He must want something from Ringer or she would already be dead. Vosch presents a chess game, insisting that he merely wants to play despite Ringer's protest that she does not know where her friends went. As Vosch mocks her father and foresees all of her moves during the game, Ringer fantasizes about killing him, even though she knows he is immortal and will...

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