The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 21 - 24 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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Fyrian has what he thinks is a nightmare. He wakes alone deep in the forest with no memory as to how he got there. He sees a house and a pair of tiny boots. Just then, he hears growling come from behind a tree. He is scared and shouts Luna’s name three times, which yanks him out of the forest and back into bed with Luna. She assures him that it was only a dream, but Luna finds black boots in the house the next morning. There is an inscription on the boots that read, “Do not wear us unless you mean it” (179). Luna puts them away in a box in her house. These are the same boots discussed in Chapter 22 (“In Which There is Another Story”). The still unnamed narrator living in the Protectorate tells the child about the witches Seven...

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