Dark Witch - Chapters 15 & 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 & 16

The next day, Boyle takes Iona to some nearby ruins, giving her mind a break from the battle with Cabhan. As Boyle drives, Iona gazes out the window at the beautiful Irish countryside and, like the daffodils in the fields, is determined to bloom. When they arrive at Ballintubber Abbey, Iona is filled with the strange sensation that she has been here before. Boyle tells her that “her blood”, meaning her ancestors, helped to build the place, and his ancestors helped to maintain it. This is likely why she feels such a strong connection. Iona uses her cell phone to take a picture of herself and Boyle in front of the ruins, and when she looks at the photo, she sees a white haze, like a ghost, surrounding them. The image startles her, yet Iona knows it is “good light” there to protect...

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