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Afternoon of the Elves Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Janet Taylor Lisle
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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Chapter 7: The house seems just as mysterious and odd to Hillary as the elf village does. The place is disheveled, with random furniture gathered in a circle in the living room, and everything disassembled and rearranged. There is a fine mist of dust on everything, and the house seems abandoned. Hillary figures Sara-Kate and her mother took off for Florida or somewhere else.

The second room Hillary enters is completely bare of furniture. Insect bodies litter the floor and cobwebs cover the ceiling, as if the room has been that way for years. Hillary discovers the staircase leading to the second floor, but she gets a chill and decides not to climb the stairs.

However, the sound of a strange rolling or knocking comes from the upstairs. Hillary knows she should run, that the situation seems dangerous and wrong, but she is frozen. She recalls...

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