Briar Rose - Chapters 6 - 9 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter six, Becca rises in the middle of the night and goes back through the items from Gemma's box. She puts some organization to the items, almost giving up but realizing that the fact that Gemma had carried the box with her until the end of her life means that it's important. Becca thinks back through the story, realizing that at one point Gemma always told that the curse would affect Briar Rose as well as all her cousins, aunts, uncles and parents, and had stretched to include anyone who bore her name. Becca realizes that, as far as she knows, Gemma has no living family except a daughter and three granddaughters. She considers that this might be the reason Gemma had been so caught up on this detail of the story.

Becca admits that there's "something odd" about Gemma's version of the story...

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