Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapter 10, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Chapter 10, Part 1 Summary

Jacob finds himself in a painful dilemma. On the one hand, he would like to stay with Miss Peregrine and the other peculiars, protecting them from attacks by wights and hollows but in the process traumatizing his family. On the other hand, he could return to his old life in Florida but leave his new friends at the mercy of the monsters and live the rest of his life in constant fear. He is also convinced he doesn't have the strength or the courage to fight back the monsters the way his grandfather did. His frequently drunk father is no help, sunk in his own self doubt. Neither is Miss Peregrine, who keeps all the children locked up and creating tension among them, tension that leads Horace to have a horrifying prophetic dream (*photo).

Meanwhile, Cairnholm is rocked by a sudden death - the murder...

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