Children of Blood and Bone

Children of Blood and Bone

by

Tomi Adeyemi

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

Summary
Analysis
Amari and Tzain watch helplessly while their siblings fight. As they follow Inan and Zélie through the jungle, they are suddenly caught up in nets. Amari tries to fight back, but a cloth is pressed to her face, and she blacks out.
Amari and Tzain are both motivated by a desire to protect their family members, specifically their siblings.
Themes
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