The Book of Speculation - Section Eight - Chapters 27, 28, 29, and 30 Summary & Analysis

Erika Swyler
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In the library, Enola is angry at Doyle for not telling her what he knew about their family. Simon asks Enola about the cards and accuses her of keeping secrets. Water starts coming in through the doors. They do everything they can to block it up. Simon checks his email and sees the gaps of genealogy his friends have helped filled in, particularly Martin Churchwarry being Ryzhkova's descendant. He calls Churchwarry and tells him the truth, and also that he burned the book. Churchwarry tells him to be safe.

After Bess's birth, Evangeline began to wane away. The other carnival people were afraid of her and avoided her and Amos. Peabody restored the tub for Evangeline. Evangeline wanted to teach Bess how to swim but Amos was afraid. Evangeline argued she wouldn't be able to read tarot, which upset Amos...

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