The School For Good and Evil - 8. Wish Fish - 11. The School Master's Riddle Summary & Analysis

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Tedros spends time swimming in the groom rooms as many other girls watch. He wishes for a girl that saw beyond his locks. Agatha, however, considers Tedros an enemy because of Sophie’s feelings for him. In Animal Communication class, Agatha is asked to touch the wish fish, who will grant a wish found deep inside her soul. All of the other girls wish for love, including Beatrix who has a vision of a grand wedding to Tedros. When Agatha dips her finger in the water, however, the fish becomes confused and clings to it. It overloads her brain with thoughts before suddenly turning into a young girl. The girl tells her she has finally been freed. However, this causes the other animals in the woods to stampede, as they all wish to return to her human forms...

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