A Conjuring of Light Symbols & Objects

V. E. Schwab
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The Sarows Song

In the novel, the Sarows song symbolizes potential impending doom. Lila sings the song phrase "How do you know when the Sarows is coming?" to herself a few times throughout A Conjuring of Light (347, 451). Though she used to sing the song often when she was part of the crew of the Night Spire in the prequels, in this novel the song serves as a danger warning. On two separate occasions when Lila utters the song phrase, there is an attack. The first time, Lila hums the song while she, Kell and Alucard make their way through the port of Rosenal in Part 8, Chapter 5. In the next chapter, the crew of the Copper Thief attacks her in vengeance and Lila nearly dies. On the second occasion, Lila hums the song phrase and just a page later the marauding pirates the Sea Serpents attack the Ghost...

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