The Mirror Thief - Chapter 59 Summary & Analysis

Martin Seay
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Chapter 59 is told from Crivano’s perspective. Each time Crivano wakes up, he hears small waves crashing near his head, indicating that water must be near. He begins to hear patterns in the sounds and wonders if he can use them to figure out certain aspects of the building design. He smiles and then winces in pain. He does not remember coming here. He vaguely remembers fighting and killing several men. He begins to think of Lepanto once again, and he remembers how the Lark was such a fine soldier, but not a killer. Crivano tries to sit up in bed, but he is in too much pain. He falls back asleep. A woman enters the room and brings him a bowl of soup and a chunk of bread. She sets the food down at his bedside and leaves. He falls back asleep again...

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