The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 25 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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In Chapter 25, “In Which Luna Learns a New Word,” Luna awakens with terrible pain in her head followed by clarity and an acquisition of her magic. She travels to the old castle and enters the castle though one of the enchanted stones labeled “Don’t forget” (207). There, she finds numerous pieces of paper with illegible notes. Luna’s magic breaks just free enough to read the word magic and speak it out loud for the first time since she was five.

In Chapter 26, “In Which a Madwoman Learns a Skill and Puts It to Use,” the madwoman continues to develop her magic skills. She learns how to transform into small animals. She transforms into a beetle and scurries into Sister Ignatia’s office, where she is meeting with Grand Elder Gherland. The town has heard of Antain’s plan to kill the Witch...

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