Bone Gap - MAY: MILK MOON, Storming the Castle, Sees the Fire, Just Like the Rest of Us Summary & Analysis

Laura Ruby
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In "Storming the Castle," Roza awakens in a cold castle instead of the suburban house. She's dressed in an elaborate brocade dress and her arms are bandaged from her attempted window escape at the house. Roza is attended by maids and cooks, and even though she can't escape, she is glad to have people to talk to. The kidnapper still asks her if she's in love with him yet and she avoids answering him. He tells her that he wants her because she is the most beautiful woman in the world. Roza contends that that's now who she is but he just stares at her.

Roza grew up in a small town in Poland where she lived with her grandmother she called Babcia who always encouraged Roza to travel. Roza...

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