Where Things Come Back - Chapters Twelve and Thirteen Summary & Analysis

John Corey Whaley
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Chapters Twelve and Thirteen Summary

Cabot finds an Ethiopian Orthodox Bible in the library. He had researched the Book of Enoch for an hour instead of attending his Human Anatomy lecture, and finding the Bible, he opens it and scans the contents. He opens it to the Book of Enoch and turning to chapter ten he reads the quote that Benton left behind. It serves as the focus of Cabot's endeavors. The scripture is highlighted and some passages are even circled as well. At the bottom of the page, he discovers a comment written in black ink, and verifies by comparing it to Benton's journal that he was the one responsible. This comment becomes a form of posthumous assignment from the grave - a 'mission of discovery' from Benton to Cabot. It is a quest for the truth of humankind's very existence...

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