Unleash the Night - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Maggie and Wren stand to face the council and Savitar. The others stood glaring at them. All at once, the curtains to one end of the building open, and Aristotle stands staring at Wren. Wren is in disbelief. His father was surely dead. This man could not possibly be him, but an impostor. Aristotle reaches out to hug Wren, but Wren pushes him away. Aristotle explains that the man Wren saw dead twenty years earlier was Grayson. He was in human form, and because Aristotle was a Katagarian, he would have been in animal form upon death. His brother, Grayson, was Arcadian.

So, the story continues that Aristotle kills Grayson, then confronts Karina and her lover. The lover ends up in the fireplace and drags ambers into the house, which cause the house fire. Upon his death, Aristotle and Karina battle hard. Aristotle wins, passes out and...

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