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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, Part 2 Summary

Ransom Riggs
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Chapter 5, Part 2 Summary

When Jacob emerges from the tunnel, he discovers that the weather, cold and rainy when he went in, has changed - it's now bright and sunny. As he makes his way back into town, he becomes aware that people are staring at him, and thinks it's because he's all muddy from the bog. Intending to change clothes, he returns to The Priest's Hole, but discovers that there's a different landlord there, who insists there are no rooms to rent. One of the customers accuses Jacob of being a German spy, and urges the others in the room to grab him. Jacob escapes, and is walking down an alley when he is grabbed by the girl he just chased, who subdues him with a knife and accuses him of being a "wight." He tries to explain who he is, saying he is Abe's grandson and offering...

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