The Underneath - Chapters 99-105 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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Summary

In Chapter 99, Gar Face leaves the bar and goes to what he refers to as his “victory meadow,” the place where he killed his first deer.

In Chapter 100, the rain wakes Puck. He runs for his den under the tree. The rain seems to be reminding Puck of his promise. Grandmother remembers her promise as well. Meanwhile, the creek begins to rise.

In Chapter 101, Sabine believes it will be a good day when Gar Face returns the next morning and remembers to feed Ranger. When the door slams again, Sabine joins Ranger at the food dish but they don’t notice Gar Face standing on the steps.

In Chapter 102, as it rains, Sabine becomes absorbed in giving herself a bath. When she curls up for a nap, Gar Face grabs her.

In Chapter 103, Ranger was rolling in the mud and didn’t notice...

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