Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Chapter 9 Summary

In the moment that Emma mentions the monsters, Jacob realizes what she says is true, that he and his grandfather did share the same "peculiarity" - to see the monsters (the hollowgast). Further conversation reveals that the hollowgast can't enter the loops, but the wights can, and that that Victor, desperate to leave the loop, was killed by one. Jacob reveals that Abe was killed by a hollowgast, and Emma confesses that she knew they'd get him eventually.

When they get back to the beach, Hugh and Fiona are waiting for them with news that one of Miss Peregrine's fellow ymbrynes has arrived with desperate news, but fainted before anyone could find out what. After Emma reveals that Jacob is "peculiar", the peculiars run back to the house, where they are shown into Miss Peregrine's room. There, she tends an elderly woman, Miss Avocet, while explaining to...

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