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Fairy Tale Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 5: Chapters 14-16 Summary

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Section 5: Chapters 14-16 Summary

In Chapter 14, Morgan spends the rest of the day in a haze as she comes to grips with the idea that her boyfriend is a fairy, despite the fact that he is as human as anyone she knows. The fact that he must leave the world forever on his sixteenth birthday explains why Morgan rarely sees Cam in visions of the future, and she has a minor mental breakdown at the idea that she will not have Cam in her life forever as she believed. When she gets home, Morgan lays in the front yard, looking at the sky. Pip joins her, explaining he is the Brownes' real son but the fairies switched him and Cam at birth because Cam was sickly and should not have survived until adulthood. Now, the fairies need Cam to rule Otherworld because his older brother was killed...

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