The Bookseller - Chapters 1 and 2 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 1, Kitty wakes in a bedroom she does not recognize. She remembers her friend Frieda helping her paint the bedroom in her duplex bright yellow. She does not remember finishing the painting job or Frieda leaving when they finished. Her dreams generally put her outside traditional times and places, not as straightforward as waking up in a strange bedroom. She thinks this is because she reads so much. Most recent she has been reading the novel Something Wicked This Way Comes. At the bookstore where she works, she tells people the book will haunt their dreams.

Meanwhile in the strange bedroom, Kitty is woken by a man with bright blue eyes. He calls her Katharyn. He tells her Missy’s forehead feels warm and she wonders who Missy is and why that is her concern. She sits up, asking who the man...

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