Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapter 10, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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Chapter 10, Part 2 Summary

Jacob and Emma climb through the cairn and re-emerge in 1940 as the bombing raid that destroyed the house is beginning. They are met by Hugh, Enoch and Bronwyn, who reveal that the wight came into the loop, locked all the peculiars in the cellar, forced Miss Peregrine and Miss Avocet to transform, caged them, and disappeared with them. The group reasons that the wight (referred to by Jacob as Golan) must be trying to leave the island from the 1940 side of the loop, since the weather is too stormy on the present side. As they're trying to work out how to track him, Fiona runs up with news that Millard hid when Golan invaded, followed him when he left, and has returned with news that the boat he was trying to leave in was too small to negotiate the stormy sea, and he's trapped on...

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