Seventh Son - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

In chapter five, Peggy is looking at all the heartfires she is able to see in the area. She is worried about the people in the river and afraid that the water is going to sweep them away. Her grandfather tries to reassure her that she gave a warning in enough time to save the family. Minutes later, she tells Oldpappy that one is lost and the rest of the family is safely ashore with Makepeace. Peggy is feeling guilty that she fell asleep in the spring house and did not get help to the family on the river sooner. Her grandfather explains that the spring house water is what feeds to the Hatrack River and the water lulled her to sleep. He also says that the blacksmith was able to wake her because the combined elements of earth and fire are stronger...

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