Poison - 'The Trouble with Phaeries' and 'Storytelling' Summary & Analysis

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'The Trouble with Phaeries' and 'Storytelling' Summary

Poison and her friends find themselves back at the Phaerie Lord's palace, in a waiting room. Scriddle comes in and asks for the dagger. Poison will not give it to him until he releases Azalea, but Scriddle is able to magically take the dagger from her. He tells them that Aelthar will see them later, and locks them in. Poison does not trust the phaeries and decides they need to get out and go look for Aelthar themselves. The door is locked, but there is a tiny ledge outside the window that spirals down the building. Andersen climbs out, walks down the ledge, and climbs in through another window. He comes to the other side of their door. They push the key through the lock using a candelabra spike, and Andersen then nudges...

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