The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog - Chapters 25-27 Summary & Analysis

Adam Gidwitz
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Chapter 25, The Second Part of the Inquisitor’s Tale starts the next morning. The narrator is well-rested having slept with Gwenforte next to him and sleeping better than he has since his first assignment. He reflects that the children have truly forgiven him and seem to fully trust him again.

As they walk, Jacob tells about things he read in the Talmud, including the idea that people are like pomegranates and a discussion on the story of Cain and Abel. This leads to a discussion of how many lifetimes they saved by saving five books and all of the work that went into them.

They come to a hilltop where they can see Mont-Saint-Michel ahead. Gwenforte runs excitedly ahead. They reach a section of the road that is washed out and find Marmeluc there. He says he has been waiting for them and...

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