Assassin's Apprentice - Chapter 17, The Trial Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17, The Trial Summary

For a day and a half, Fitz is carried blindfolded on a swaying litter to the spot where he will have to wait for Galen's summons. After the horses leave, Fitz sets about gathering his bearings. He climbs a hillside and observes that he is situated above the town of Forge and will have to go through the city's center in order to return to Buckkeep.

Fitz dreams that he is back in the stables as one of the animals. As he lies in the hay, he sees men falling down the stairs. Shortly after that, Fitz feels a knife going into his side and realizes that Burrich has been attacked and Smithy has been injured trying to save the stable master. Fitz awakens and realizes that he has seen actual events in his dream. He gathers his things...

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