The Underneath - Chapters 114-124 Summary & Analysis

Kathi Appelt
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Summary

In Chapter 114, Puck sees the hummingbird. He follows it into the branches of a tree. When Puck looks down, he sees Gar Face and hisses. He notices the chain and follows it until he sees Sabine and Ranger. He crawls out onto a branch just below the one on which the serpent is perched.

In Chapter 115, Grandmother moves toward Puck as the Alligator moves toward Ranger and Sabine.

In Chapter 116, as Puck moves down the tree, Gar Face wakes and notices Sabine is back. He grabs his gun. Puck yowls, causing Gar Face to jerk and shoot up into the tree. Puck drops from the branch onto Gar Face’s face. He throws the rifle and pulls the cat off his face. He holds Puck with one hand and bathes his face with water from the creek in the other. His blood dripping...

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