Week 4- pages 256-355 Serafina and the Splintered Heart by Robert Beatty

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  • '"Tell me what your thinking'"
  • "'It doesn't matter what I'm thinking'"
  • "'But I can tell you're gnawing on something'"
  • "'What do you do when you realize you're the monster in you're own story?'"
  • "'You rewrite the story'"
  • "'But the future can'"
  • "'The past can not be changed'"
  • "'But he'll come back for us now, hunt us, because vengeance, more then anything else is what drives him. He shifts, he adapts, that's what he does- he's a snake that sheds his skin- but I'm warning you: my father is going to come for us all after what we did last night. Starting with me'"
  • '"You are one of us now, Rowena. We'll fight this together. We're going to stop him before he hurts you or any of us'"
  • After the first attempt to stop Uriah, the evil sourcerer and Rowena's father, Serafina, Braeden, Waysa, and Rowena took shelter at the Biltmore Estate. There Rowena started to open up about her past why why she made the decisions she did.
  • After they listen to Rowena's story Rowena then goes on to explain how she feels she can't change her past and no matter what how she felt like the bad guy. Serafina is trying to convince Rowena she has changed and when Rowena finally is able to accept that she starts to talk about how she is nervous that her father will kill them all.
  • I chose this piece of the story because it is when Rowena is really excepted as someone who is trying to do the good thing and so is accepted in the group. It is also right after Rowena fought her first battle with the trio even though they lost.
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