Midnighters #3: Blue Noon - Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Scott Westerfeld
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Chapters 11 - 12 Summary

Chapter 11: Constanza Grayfoot is excited by news brought to her by her grandfather. She wants to share the news with her friends: Liz, Maria, Jen, and Jessica. At the mention of her grandfather, Jessica wonders if the things she has heard about Grandpa Grayfoot are true. She has always thought of him as an evil version of Beth. He had been very nosy as a kid. When he had discovered something different about midnight, he began holding meetings in the desert in the middle of the night. He had tried to communicate with the Darklings and after much effort, he had succeeded. He had found a translator. The Darklings had had Grandpa Grayfoot complete small tasks to prove he was trustworthy. As time had gone on, the tasks they asked him to do became worse and worse. Finally, he had been...

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