The Real Boy - Chapter Eighteen: The Land Remembers Summary & Analysis

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A man pulls Oscar out of the water. Callie hadn’t believed where he was going. Sophie had slept on Callie’s cot and then next morning Lord Cooper is so filled with gratitude that when Callie asks for his assistance, he doesn’t hesitate. He and his driver find the place where Oscar set the trap and follow the boot prints all the way to the water’s edge where two boots stand alone. Oscar learns all of this after he is put in a cot with a blanket and tea, and has a long sleep. He is vaguely aware of Pebble’s small warm body purring next to him. He relives flashes of running, dust, water, heart pounding, monsters and traps. He remembers the monster walking into the sea, its hunger so large that nothing else mattered. Then...

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