When the Sea Turned to Silver - Section 2, Chapters 12-21 Summary & Analysis

Grace Lin
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Pinmei and Yishan made their way down the mountain, and along the way they met another village that had been attacked by the emperor's troops, where they noticed that all of the able-bodied men were missing. They wandered from hut to hut looking for a place to stay, but they were unsuccessful until they came across Sai. Sai took the children home to Suya and Sifen, who was left behind by the emperor's soldiers because he was injured. Offering the children hospitality was a struggle for the family, but they offered the children food and shelter. In return, Pinmei told Sifen the story of the Red Stone, which was the drop of blood Nuwa left behind.

Amah was transferred to the palace dungeon, where she met the Stonecutter. After hearing his fate, Amah remarked that his fate was similar to another famous...

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