Assassin's Quest - Chapter 34, Girl on a Dragon, Chapter 35, Kettle's Secrets, Chapter 36, The Wit and the Sword Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34, Girl on a Dragon, Chapter 35, Kettle's Secrets, Chapter 36, The Wit and the Sword Summary

The narrator tells how Prince Verity was supposed to be trained in Skill by Galen, but did not receive the correct instruction. Verity had sought someone to help him, especially when the Red Ships came, but was not able to find any help. Verity wants to return to work on the dragon, even when he is with his Queen. Kettle understands that Verity believes he can bring the dragon to life and fly away to fight the Red Ships alone. As Fool is tending Verity he touches his silver hands and is silvered on a few fingers. Because of the heavy magic of Skill on his hands, Verity cannot touch his wife. Fitz and Fool have a...

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