Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Ransom Riggs
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When they return to the house, Jacob, Emma and the others discover that it has been blown apart. Miss Peregrine, still trapped in her bird form, is unable to explain. When conversation returns to the wights' plan to create a bigger entry to the ymbryne's time process, Horace reveals that he's had a vision of where the wights are gathering. At Jacob's suggestion, he draws it with ashes and dust (*photo), a picture that Bronwyn suggests looks like a jail. An argument ensues over whether it would be best to try to track down the wights and stop them, or whether to just stay put and fight, as best as possible, whatever trouble comes. Eventually, those arguing for taking the fight to the wights win, and preparations are made for the community of peculiars to leave.

Those preparations involve retrieving a special book from the wreckage of...

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