Fog Magic - Chapter 2: The House at the Fork Summary & Analysis

Julia L. Sauer
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Chapter 2: The House at the Fork Summary

The first thing Greta does is look for the house she had seen in the woods. She stops to get her breath at the sailors' grave, a spot where her father often stops to pay respect to shipwrecked sailors washed ashore years before. In honor of the lost sailors, he is careful never to cut that part of the field. When she comes to the fork in the path leading to Little Cove, Greta spots the house in the spruce forest! In the months that follow, the house becomes a beacon for her. If she sees the house she ventures on; if not, she turns back.

In the berry patch, she suddenly sees the blurry figure of an old man. He waves at her and goes on toward the house. She waves back. For some reason, the...

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