A Feast of Dragons - Chapters One and Two Summary Summary & Analysis

Morgan Rice
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The book A Feast of Dragons by Morgan Rice is the third book in the Sorcerer’s Ring series. It covers the period of time from the beginning of King McCloud’s attack on villages in the MacGil territory up to Gareth’s threat to Gwen that he has sold her in an arranged marriage. Themes in the book include loyalty, and the discovery and fulfillment of one’s prophesy. The book sets sibling against sibling as Gwen tries to confront her brother, Gareth, whom she believes has killed their father.

In Chapter One, King McCloud begins his advance into the MacGil side of the Ring. Although the village that he attacks is not fortified and is not prepared for a fight, McCloud brings a full contingent of soldiers with him to terrorize the villagers. He takes one woman as...

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