Timequake - Chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-35 Summary

In Chapter 31, the initial actions taken by Trout and Prince are described. Trout runs into the Academy shouting that free will has returned. A falling chandelier from the impact of the fire truck nearly crushes Prince, who is saved by a smoke alarm going off. He was trying to decide whether to answer the doorbell, which Zoltan was ringing, or attend to the smoke detector. In Chapter 32, Trout goes out into the street and sees the fire truck rolling backwards toward the Hudson River. The sounds of distant mayhem fill the air as the return to free will results in traffic and airliner accidents, yet the street he is on remains relatively calm. He waits for emergency vehicles to show up, but realizes that all emergency response must be disabled too. In Chapter 33, the author gives credit to Lancelot Andrewes (1555-...

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