Assassin's Apprentice - Chapter 16, Lessons Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16, Lessons Summary

This chapter opens with a history of the Skillmasters and how they used to be formed into Coteries. One of the most famous coteries killed themselves by using their powers to such a degree that it drained their life force. After this, the formation of coteries was abandoned for a time until Galen assigned his students into new coteries.

Fitz is the first student to arrive on the tower top the next day for lessons. All the other students cast stares of hatred on Fitz. Galen arrives and is visibly shaken when he sees Fitz standing before him. Galen is covered by bruises from his encounter with Burrich. His wounds serve as visual evidence of his guilt at the Witness Stones. Galen no longer cracks his whip at the students and he releases the children from their lesson hours earlier than...

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