Witch Child - Journey 2: the Voyage, pages 77-89 Summary & Analysis

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Journey 2: the Voyage, pages 77-89 Summary

Mary cannot deny she has the power because what happened today proves she cannot escape her destiny. While talking to Jack on deck, he dragged her to the sloping deck to show her a great fish like the one that swallowed Jonah in the Bible, and explaining it is a whale, Jack tells her that he plans to hunt them someday. The water looks like the scrying bowl that Eliza used to see the future, and though her grandmother believed she had the gift, Mary never tried it; however, she now sees a young boy in a tobacco field who turns into a young man on a boat and then into a captain who disappears into the waves after a whale wrecks his boat. Back in the present, Mary quells Jack's suspicions that she is sick. She has seen...

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