Sisters of Isis: The Summoning - Chapters 19 through 21 Summary & Analysis

Lynne Ewing
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Chapters 19 through 21 Summary

The door disappears and the girls find themselves surrounded by a desert. Dalila observes that the place is more like a tomb than a temple, and says that the paintings depict the ancient Egyptian concept of hell. Sudi still doesn't want to believe the situation is real, but looking at the paintings, she becomes determined to stop the cult from bringing chaos to their world. They see a painting of Ammut, a creature with the head of a crocodile, the forelegs and body of a lion and the hindquarters of a hippopotamus, and Dalila says the creature lives in the underworld and eats the hearts of the wicked. As they walk on, they hear singing and hide behind a pillar. A priest appears, followed by a group of ordinary-looking people, including three girls from Sudi's drama club who are considered outsiders...

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