West of the Moon - The Winds; The Halling Dance; The Pest Summary & Analysis

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The journey begins and Astri is horribly seasick. One day the parson's wife approaches Astri. She says she has something she wants to talk about when Astri is feeling better. Astri feels certain the woman knows Greta is a stowaway and that Astri caused Svaalberd's death. Astri continues to be sick. One day, Grace announces that she has yet to get a single coin from her hair, though she's using the magic hairbrush. Astri says it sometimes takes a while to work. Grace asks if Greta belongs to Astri. Astri points out a family with several children and says Greta must belong with them. Grace goes straight to the mother of that family and learns that Greta isn't one of their children.

Greta is loved among the other passengers. She's good with the younger children and everyone likes...

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