The Book of Lost Things - Chapters 8-11 Summary & Analysis

John Connolly
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In Chapter 8, "Of Wolves and Worse-Than-Wolves," David is regretting his decision to enter this world. They run to the Woodsman's cottage, which is fortified against intruders. Just as they near the safety of the cottage, David sees a wolf rise up to stand on its hind legs. It's wearing clothes and David sees that it's struggling between his human side and its animal side. The Woodsman and the animal have a conversation, including that there are strange creatures in the forest and that the king has lost control. The wolf offers to protect David but David can tell the wolf is lying. The wolf says the Woodsman can't keep David safe. As the situation escalates, ivy vines rush in and grab that wolf and others that have joined him, forcing the wolves away.

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