Entwined - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 8 Summary

The gentleman says he is undead and Azalea remembers the story about the High King capturing the souls of the dead. The gentleman conjures up cups full of tea, sets them on the water and blows them over to each of the girls. He explains that he was in the King's court. He says when he heard about the King capturing people's souls, he joined the rebellion. He says the King used his magic to make him the Keeper of the dance pavilion. Then he asks who they are. Azalea introduces each of them. Before they leave, he tells Azalea to look in her pocket, where she finds an invitation to attend a ball the following night. The next morning, the girls question whether it was a dream, but Azalea says it wasn't. Azalea confirms that they now have a place to dance...

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