Sawkill Girls - "Marion: The Message" – "Marion: The Collector" Summary & Analysis

Claire Legrand
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Marion rushed her mother to the police station and went to Zoey's house in "Marion: The Message." She assured Zoey that she did not send the crude text messages and confirmed that "the not-Marion" had eyes like the book's drawings (245). Marion told Zoey about the night before, and Zoey insisted that she "tessered," like the book said (247). In her father's basement, Zoey found a secret video he made for her on his computer. He apologized, explaining that he worked for the Hand of Light, an "ancient organization" that hunted beasts like the Collector "for centuries" (248). He urged Zoey to flee, believing the island unsafe. Just then, a man's voice floated from the steps. They deleted the video just as Agent Briggs descended. In "Zoey: The Truth," Agent Briggs and Chief Harlow explained to Zoey and Marion that the Collector...

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