The Lie Tree - Chapters 26-29 Summary & Analysis

Frances Hardinge
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Chapter 26 is titled “Teeth.” Faith wakes to find she has climbed out of the cave through a shaft she had not found before, though she had tied herself up like before. She is relieved that she is not dead. She walks around, looking for something familiar, and happens upon a group of men at an abandoned cottage. They are gathered for a “ratting,” in which a terrier is set among a group of rats and men place bets on the time it will take the dog to kill them all. She finds Paul and they talk about who might have been able to manipulate the basket at the excavation site. From Faith's vision, she now believes two people killed Erasmus. Faith challenges Paul to manipulate the photo from the excavation site to make it seem Erasmus's ghost was present. Paul hesitates, saying they...

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