A Feast of Dragons - Chapters Twenty-three and Twenty-four Summary Summary & Analysis

Morgan Rice
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In Chapter Twenty-three, Thor and his friends locate the scepter and manage to grab it, but the dragon returns to its lair before they are able to get away. The huge dragon threatens them. Each of its scales are as big as a person. Thor does the only thing he can think of to save himself and his friends by climbing onto the dragon’s back and steering it away from the boys with the power of his mind. His idea works, and the other boys are able to get away. Still using the power of his thoughts, Thor has the dragon drop him near the beach, then fly away again. He has held the scepter the entire time.

In Chapter Twenty-four, Andronicus is in the middle of watching games and enjoying a day of tributes. He is surrounded by...

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