The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 29 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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Luna is in the woods with her new friend, the crow. She is lost and cannot read her map. She falls into a large hole, but Luna awakes the next morning with minimal injuries because large, soft mushrooms broke her fall. She reads her map and continues on her journey despite the crows disapproval. Luna comes across an abandoned village in the forest. There, she sees the ruins of a small tower with many pictures of people who have the same birthmark as she does. There are also images of the story related to the volcanic eruption and Zosimos flying into the volcano with a dragon. The crow is very nervous and warns Luna that someone is coming toward them, but Luna is too interested in the pictures on the wall to move away. Suddenly, the madwoman’s paper birds appear in a...

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