A Feast of Dragons Themes & Motifs

Morgan Rice
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Loyalty

Loyalty is a major theme in this novel as not only family loyalty but also military loyalty is addressed. As members of the same family, Godfrey and Gwen try to solve the mystery of their father’s murder because they believe their half-brother, Kendrick, has been falsely accused. Even though Gwen believes that it was Gareth, another brother, who was responsible for killing their father, she cannot believe that he is as evil as he appears to be. It is not until he has tried to kill her a second time that Gwen really begins to understand that her brother might be unredeemable. Although she doesn’t show her loyalty to her family to Gwen, Gwen’s mother also shares with her daughter a loyalty to Kendrick even though he is not her son by blood. Gwen goes to beg her mother to help free Kendrick...

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