Entwined - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 18 Summary

The week before Christmas, it snows. The King takes each of the girls on a ride on his horse on the palace grounds. The girls have even begun to start calling him Pap instead of the King. The girls find a brooch that belonged to their mother but they end up losing it. Azalea confronts the Keeper about stealing the brooch, as he has done with some of their other belongings. Azalea threatens not to come back to the pavilion in the silver forest and Keeper tries to keep her from leaving. While Keeper is holding Azalea in the silver forest, Azalea sees her mother among the dancers. Keeper confirms that he is the King who steals souls and warns Azalea that she has until Christmas to find and destroy the magic object.

Chapter 18 Analysis

Keeper is trying to lure Azalea in by...

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