The children begin their travel to the "jaw of the lion." After days of traveling, they surprisingly encountered two people.
Traveling with a large groups proves to be much more challenging than traveling with only six. Their stamina and pace are worse.
Gathering food and finding a safe place to sleep is hard. Plus, the stress is affecting them. Not only they have to worry about demons, they also have to worry about human enemies. Sounds will give out false alerts scary many.
As they run out of food, Emma volunteers to find more, but the younger kids joined her.
Turns out they proved to be better finders of food. They even followed a monkey to its habitat so it they can find more food to retrieve. This surprised Emma and Don who were being decisive on a few plants.
Jemima revealed that during those two years of Emma and Don traveling, Mister and Lucas taught them ways on how to survive in the wild. Such as gathering the right plants, creating fires, fishing, and more.
After eight days of traveling, Ray deduces that they won't make it to their location in ten days. Even so, Emma was still glad that everybody is alive and well.
She then revealed that she was worried, just like Ray. With losing the shelter, their supporters, and Mister and the others, she started losing hope. But the current children taught her that in times like these, they have to deal with one thing at a time.
Before they can continue their conversation, a shout interrupted them.
They immediately located where it came from, and it came from two boys surrounded by demons.