The Book of Lost Things - Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

John Connolly
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In Chapter 28, "Of the Book of Lost Things," David opens the king's book. He finds there are pages covered with childish writing and drawing, and mementos such as photos and a ticket stub, a page from a book, and a tuft of hair. David recognizes these things as belonging to his own world rather than Elsewhere. There is writing about a little girl who arrives at his house and his resentment of the girl's presence. David feels both a kinship with the boy who wrote these things and a dislike for him. David returns to the first page of the book and discovers the words, “Jonathan Tulvey. His Book.”

David begins to explore the castle. He finds a huge hourglass with only a little sand left in the top. He then finds a jar with tiny girl inside. She glows and David learns...

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