A Crown of Swords - Chapter 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6-10 Summary

In chapter six, the great hall where Rand confronted Colavaere slowly empties. Perrin and Faile begin to make their way to their rooms. Perrin is not sure what it is that he can smell on his wife but knows that she is not entirely happy to see him despite how much he has missed her. Faile explains that she had made herself Coavaere's servant in order to get close enough to her to find out what was going on. When Perrin and Faile are in their room, she becomes outraged at Perrin for making her worry over him and eventually tells him that there is another girl that claimed that Perrin had left Faile for her. Faile is upset but Perrin is able to calm her down. He tells her that he loves her and would die without her. She makes...

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