A String in the Harp - Chapters 6 & 7 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Bond
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Chapters 6 & 7 Summary

On Christmas morning, the family congregates together for their Christmas breakfast with no one mentioning the fight from the night before. Through the window, the family can see Gwilym out near the bog watching birds and they go out to join him. David wins Gwilym's admiration when he compliments the boy on his archaeological skills when Gwilym continues telling the stories of the sunken cities that may be hiding underneath the bog's waters. He even compliments Gwilym on his high-tech binoculars. Peter's ears perk up when he hears about the drown cities for the first time. His mind works furiously piecing together the images from the key's visions.

Suddenly, everyone catches a glimpse of some very strange boats making their way down the river. They look extremely old and must be replicas. Only Peter knows that they are not replicas but the real...

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