The Hazel Wood - 12 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Melissa Albert
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Alice dreams about her mother and their constant moves. One night, when she was ten, she had woken up with her hair coiled into braids. Ella had immediately begun packing and the two left that same night. Alice tells the reader that the way they lived was her fault because of her rage and irritability. She then wakes up and cleans up the best she can. Finch declares that he has found the Tales from the Hinterlands. He called every rare book dealer and found a man who had it. Suddenly, a bird with paper in its’ beak crashes into the window multiple times before it kills itself, leaving behind a page that says Alice’s name and the title of three of Althea’s stories. The two head to the bookstore. The seller, William, greats them. He shows them the book and says...

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