The Book of Lost Things - Chapters 15-18 Summary & Analysis

John Connolly
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In Chapter 15, "Of the Deer-Girl," David leaves the Dwarfs. They warn him that he should remain strictly on the path as he continues his journey because there are dangers just off the path. They give him a little food but he soon finds some apple trees along the side of the road. He thinks he can get to them without putting himself in danger and he climbs one to eat some apples. He soon sees a creature that has the body of a deer and the head of a girl. She pleads with David for help but before he can react, she's struck by an arrow and killed. A hunter appears and severs the girl's head. The hunter sees the apple core under the tree and takes David captive.

In Chapter 16, "Of the Three Surgeons," the hunter and David arrive at the hunter's...

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