Children of Blood and Bone

Children of Blood and Bone

by

Tomi Adeyemi

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Children of Blood and Bone: Chapter Fifty-Seven Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
Tzain seeks Amari out in the busy festival. They tease each other about spending a night together in a tent—of course, they were both tied up and being interrogated. Tzain pulls Amari into a circle of dancers, spinning her around. She feels happy and safe.
Even though their families are enemies, Tzain and Amari have formed a strong—and potentially flirtatious—bond.
Themes
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