Eclipse - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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Alisa plays sick, deciding school is ridiculous compared to her recent discovery. She recently found out that blood witches exist, and now she has learned that she is one so she is scared, just as her mother was scared and stripped herself of her powers before she met Dad. Sarah was a Rowanwand, a good witch devoted to knowledge, but Alisa hates school, and she is relieved at the thought that perhaps the witch gene is recessive and she is only a carrier since Dad is not a witch. When Hilary returns from the store with lunch and magazines for Alisa, Alisa feels guilty at the hurt in Hilary's eyes when she insists she wants to be left alone; though Hilary will never be her mother, they will be related soon, and the baby she carries will be Alisa's half sibling. Alisa's new CD player pops loudly...

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