Dark Witch - Chapters 9 & 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9 & 10

Iona is called to visit Boyle’s big stable a short ride away from the smaller stable where she works. She mounts Alastar to prepare for the journey, eager to let him run with abandon. She kicks her heels and lets him take off, and is amazed when they seem to lift off the ground: “Power, she realized, his and hers, spurred them both so that for an instant, jut an instant more, she felt them both life above the ground. Flying truly now, the wind whipping her hair, his mane” (Page 135). She arrives at the stable out of breath and beaming, just in time to learn that she will be teaching a new student how to course jump. While she waits for the student to arrive, Iona asks Boyle if she can see Darling, the horse he won in the drinking bet...

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