The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 17 - 20 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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Luna is now 11 years old at the start of Chapter 17, “In Which there is a Crack in the Nut.” The locked up magic is beginning to crack through, and Luna is remembering things she does not understand, experiencing terrible headaches, and seeing flashing blue and silver light when she closes her eyes. She remembers a person she used to call mother, and it makes her realize that she must have had a family when she was a baby. Luna remembers Gherland and her parents and her home and Antain, although she does not know who these people are or why she is remembering them. This makes Luna feel frustrated and angry. She loves to read, but she feels confused when she is unable to read certain books in Xan’s workshop. Luna begins drawing instead. She sketches images of a tower and a...

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