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The Talisman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II The Road of Trials, Chapters 11-13 Summary

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Part II The Road of Trials, Chapters 11-13 Summary

The next three chapters in Part II remove some of the immediate horror and threat from around Jack Sawyer, and instead mollify it with Jacks increasing understanding of what happened to his father and how dangerous the Territories really are.

Chapter 11 'The Death of Jerry Bledsoe' begins where Chapter 10 left off (Jack escaping the Elroy-thing) and remembering a conversation that he had overheard when he was six. He was falling asleep behind their sofa when he woke up to hear Philip Sawyer excitedly telling Morgan about the Territories, how the Territories have magic instead of technology or science, and how there seems to be a synergy between events, people and objects in between the two realms. Morgan proposes that they start shipping their modern technology to the Territories in order to make money...

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