The Iron Daughter - Part Two - Chapter Thirteen: Charles and the Redcaps, Chapter Fourteen: Royal Treatment Summary & Analysis

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Part Two - Chapter Thirteen: Charles and the Redcaps, Chapter Fourteen: Royal Treatment Summary

Chapter Thirteen: Meghan is restless, waiting in Leanansidhe's mansion, because there are no clocks and no technology. Only music and books break the monotony. Ironhorse is equally impatient. Charles the pianist enters a room where Meghan is reading. He seems more clear-headed. He does not remember playing the piano for Meghan, however. Grimalkin explains that the mortals in the mansion do not remember their lives before, but their creative energy keeps the Between alive. Leanansidhe enters and tells Charles to shoo. Leanansidhe is leaving for Nashville, she says, to help a musician who is blocked. She will return in a day or two. She vanishes in a swirl of glitter. Ironhorse proposes they should escape. He reminds Meghan that...

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