Magyk - Chapters 22 through 25 Summary & Analysis

Angie Sage
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In Chapter Twenty-two, those remaining at Aunt Zelda's house settle into a routine of sorts. Marcia teaches Jenna a disappearing spell then tells Boy it's his turn to learn it. Boy, who hasn't spoken aloud in front of anyone yet, thinks the words of the spell and turns invisible. Boy believes he's done something wrong because Marcia seems shocked but Marcia is actually thinking she's never seen someone get the hang of a spell so quickly.

In Chapter Twenty-three, a storm arrives. Marcia is trying to sleep but Maxie's snores are keeping her awake. Aunt Zelda is watching out the window, as she always does during a storm, in case her older brother Benjamin Heap - who had shape shifted into a "storm petrel" - returns to the island. Boy believes he was able to do the invisibility spell so easily because of the ring. Boy lists all the facts...

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