Unhooking the Moon - Chapters 6 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Gregory Hughes
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Chapter Six

Bob woke the next day to the noisy clanging of the boxcar. Bob and the Rat dug into the food that Harold had given them. They ate breakfast watching the beautiful scenery pass by from their vantage point inside the boxcar. While Bob had slept through a stop the night before, the Rat made contact with a Native woman who told them that they would find Jerome but that they were in great danger. The Rat felt that the boxcar had a good spirit and that they were safe for the time being. The Rat had a dream about angels carrying her to the top of skyscrapers. She dreamed about the Windigo. Bob responded that Windigos weren’t real but the Rat insisted they were.

Just like angels, Windigos weren’t always visible. Angels were everywhere. When they were inside of...

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