The Magic Thief - Chapter 34, Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 34, Conn continues to try and ward off the misery eels, and he continues to fail. His attempts to use his stone to open the lock fail as well. Eels begin to cover him, and Conn attempts the door opening spells one more time. A concentrated effort of magic opens the door, and Nevery is on the other side. “He’d been trying to pick the lock to get me out” (370). Nevery is accompanied by Keeston, who holds a lantern that keeps the eels at bay. The three of them leave the dungeon, which turns out to be in the basement of Pettivox’s house. Nevery wants the boys to return to Heartsease, but Conn refuses, saying he must stop Pettivox and Crowe at once. He explains the magic-sucking device to Nevery and says that he will go alone if he must...

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