The Girl Who Drank the Moon

The Girl Who Drank the Moon

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  • Falling Action
  • Symbols
  • Fog
  • Resolution
  • The falling action of my book is when the volcano erupted. Luna (with help) protected everyone in the town, the Free Cities, and everyone/everything in-between with bubbles. Xan and Luna's mother helped Luna with the magical protective bubbles because they are the ones with magic. Luna couldn't have protected everyone without Xan and Adara, Luna's mother, because she doesn't have enough magic to do it by herself.
  • One important symbol in my novel is the crescent moon birthmark on Luna's forehead because it represents/foreshadows that Xan (the witch) will give Luna moonlight instead of starlight to eat. The moonlight shows that Luna is enmagicked. Luna also shares the birthmark with her mother. Another important symbol in my novel is the fog of sorrow that is upon the town (Protectorate). The fog represents the sorrow of the town because each year the youngest baby is left in the woods for the witch to take, or at least that is the story that the Elders and the Sisters tell the whole town.
  • The resolution of my story is when everyone is safe from the volcano and when Xan and Sister Ignatia are in the hospital. Xan sadly dies, but something weird happened. Luna was planning on burying Xan, but her body was gone and no one had taken it. Glerk was also gone, he left a note saying that he will be back soon. So, it's a bitter-sweet ending. In the end, Luna later became a witch like Xan and lived happily with her mother.
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