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The Floating Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirteen through Fifteen Summary

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Chapter Thirteen through Fifteen Summary

When Ven awakes the following day, he finds Char tied to his bed, with glitter all over him, sneezing. When Ven unties him, Char claims the Spike Folks are responsible, wanting to see fireworks of glitter. The two head to breakfast, but when Ven returns to the cottage after forgetting his jack rule, he finds Ida in his room. At breakfast, Ven questions the other children about the events of the night, but as they are used to it, they now sleep through it. Char finds himself in awe of the cook, as she cooks beautifully. Ven begins to think the Inn could be a home for him, when suddenly, Whiting appears with Constable Knapp, and Ven learns he is under arrest.

In Chapter Fourteen, the constable explains Ven is accused of thievery, as Whiting claims his ring was stolen on...

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