Witch Child - Journey 2: the Voyage, pages 60-77 Summary & Analysis

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Journey 2: the Voyage, pages 60-77 Summary

Discussing the lights they saw, everyone is sure it is an obvious omen of disaster, but Mary does not believe the sign is so clear, and Jonah has seen the lights, aurora borealis, many times before; however, he quickly loses friends as no one believes him. Luckily, such conversations cease when the winds pick up, promising deliverance. Excessive wind is also bad, and the passengers are terrified as the ship is tossed on the waves. The silence at the height of the storm is broken by the scream of a woman in labor, and Rebekah Rivers asks Martha to help her mother as the baby is coming early. Martha asks Mary to help with the birthing, and Tobias Morse nails up blankets for privacy and helps Rebekah fetch water as Mary assists Martha. The delivery...

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