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The Headless Cupid Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 9-12 Summary

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Chapters 9-12 Summary

In chapter nine, the tricky part about having the reptiles is that the children had to keep the pet on them at all times. This proves to be tricky for David and Blair, who end up squirming as their pets crawl around inside their shirts. The next ordeal involves not stepping on any wooden floors. This poses a challenge in the living room where one must crawl on the furniture - including the piano - to get to the other side. David is still tempted to tell his father what is going on but decides against it.

As neophytes, the kids are expected to create their own ceremonial garb. There are several requirements, including collecting an item from a dead person, one from a living person, and the theft of something. However, none of the items can be white. David manages to figure out a...

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