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The Talisman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV The Talisman, Chapters 37-40 Summary

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Part IV The Talisman, Chapters 37-40 Summary

Chapter 37 'Richard Remembers' is an abrupt change of pace to the story, as Richard and Jack emerge into a deserted yard which also has a small battery-operated train. It seems that this is the counterpart to the training camp that they had just been in, which also has train tracks, a barracks, and an arena. 'Here' however is California, and where they are standing is overgrown with weeds and deserted. They then investigate, to find that the deserted train is here filled with plastique and armaments. Jack fires a gun at the train carriage until it blows up, and the pair run off in the direction of the coast.

As they travel, Richard starts telling Jack about the fact that he remembers this place from when he was a child; that it was called then Camp Readiness...

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