Hold Me Closer, Necromancer Symbols & Objects

Lish McBride
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Medicine Bag

The medicine bag represents Sam and how his powers were blocked. His mother did this out of love and in order to protect him. Much like the stones tucked inside the bag, Sam’s powers are locked inside of him.

Binding

The binding spell represents how people, including Sam, are conditioned to not see or recognize the magic in the world. It represents Sam coming to terms with behind a necromancer and being thrust into the world of the supernatural. It also represents the reader accepting the unique world of the book.

Cage

Similar to how the binding spell represents Sam’s acceptance of his supernatural gift, the cage symbolizes the shapeshifters, Brid in particular. The cage is designed to prevent the werewolf from changing and be able to run. It also prevents Brid’s fey powers, like healing quickly. This all works to lock...

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