Chapter Summary: The Killing Sea By Richard Lewis

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In the book The Killing Sea by Richard Lewis, Sarah and Peter have different points of view because they have different ways of survival. Accordingly, Sarah doesn't want to be there but she has to go out of her comfort zone to help Peter find a doctor and to find her father. On the other hand Peter just follows along, sleeps, and cares deeply for Surf Cat. On page 55 chapter 8 it states, “He pulled out a can of cat food. God, Peter! Out of all things. Cat food?¨ For example, this means that Peter could have gotten several water bottles, food, clothes,shoes, and etc. but he didn't he got cat food instead of daily necessities. ¨Peter held up a sealed bottle of drinking water, which had washed out of the hatch.¨ After this Peter had ran away with the bottle leaving only half for his sister. I think it would have been smarter to save the water instead of wasting it immediately.…show more content…
First and foremost, Sarah doesn't want to be there but she has to go out of her comfort zone to help Peter find a doctor and to find her father. On the other hand Peter just follows along, sleeps, and cares deeply for Surf Cat. On page 55 chapter 8 it states, “He pulled out a can of cat food. God, Peter! Out of all things. Cat food?¨ Of course, this means that Peter could have gotten several water bottles, food, clothes,shoes, and etc. but he didn't he got cat food instead of daily necessities. ¨Peter held up a sealed bottle of drinking water, which had washed out of the hatch.¨ After this Peter had ran away with the bottle leaving only half for his sister. I think it would have been smarter to save the water instead of wasting it
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