The Owl Service - Chapter 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21-22 Summary

As the storm descends on the valley and the people steadily become trapped inside for the final moments of the plot, the narrative finds Gwyn attempting his escape.

Chapter Twenty One begins with Gwyn lying in the cold grass of the old peat road as he fell asleep the previous night and now, remembering himself wakes up and sees all around him, daisies starting to pop. They are bursting out of the ground despite the fact that the grass is trampled all around him and Gwyn takes it as a sign that whatever has been threatened before is now about to happen. He makes his way through the mists and the cold, finally finding his way to the Ravenstone at the very top of the mountain. Suddenly Gwyn hears a low whistle and out of the mist comes the sheep dogs...

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