Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3 - As Jacob and his father ride a ferry on the last leg of their journey to Cairnholm Island, they sail over a ship's graveyard, where large numbers of vessels of all sorts and sizes were either sunk on the rocks or by German submarines in World War II. After landing, they make their way through Cairnholm Village searching for the Priest's Hole Inn (see "Objects/Places"), eventually given directions by the friendly curator of the local museum who, when Jacob asks about the Home, says it's abandoned, far away, and dangerous. When they finally get to the Inn, the landlord shows Jacob and his father to their small, worn suite of rooms. That night, in spite of the relatively unwelcoming atmosphere, Jacob sleeps well for the first time in months.

The next morning, after a rich breakfast, Jacob and his father head out...

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