Time's Eye - Part Five, Mir: Chapters 41 - 43 Summary & Analysis

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Part Five, Mir: Chapters 41 - 43 Summary

There are no signs of the cities the Macedonians remember. Italy and Rome are deserted, and Bisesa wonders about the core of the earth and what occurred there as a result of the Discontinuity. In Spain they see a group of Neanderthals, and though Alexander longs to continue into the wider ocean beyond the Straits, his advisors convince him to leave that expedition for another time. They sail back and Bisesa tries to explain her theory to Josh that the eye is merely a conduit to the minds of others. She senses a presence behind the eye and believes it might let her go home. A few days short of Alexandria, Alexander and a small group go ashore. Eumenes joins his King for this pilgrimage, and when they reach the steps of what once was...

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