Thirst No. 1: The Last Vampire, Black Blood, Red Dice - Part III, Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Part III, Chapter 12 Summary

Sita has a dream where she is talking to Krishna. Krishna tells Sita a story about a fishermen that will only eat fish. One day, his wife disguises lamb inside the scales of the fish. Her husband eats it and starts to have a reaction to what he is eating. He asks his wife what it is and she says it's some fish mixed with lamb. As he dies, he tells his wife, doesn't she know who he is.

Krishna says the man's body changes right in front of his wife. He turns into a fish. As a big fish, all he can eat is smaller fish.

Part III, Chapter 12 Analysis

Krishna is using Sita's dream as a way to communicate with Sita. Krishna is trying to warn her about her impending invasion of the compound. He is trying...

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