Belgarath the Sorcerer - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

David Eddings
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Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter four, life continues as the other disciples grow more accustomed to Beldin, who eventually asks Belmakor to help him build his own tower. Belsambar provides additional support. Eventually, Aldur's followers learn that they can communicate through thought alone, and Beldin realizes they can also take the shape of animals. They disperse to view the world, then return several years later. Belzedar discovers that another god, Torak, is encouraging his followers to start wars in the south. Aldure decides these people, the Angaraks, are the likeliest source of trouble in the world. Belzedar mentions the strange jewel that Aldur has studied since his meeting with UL. Aldur tells them that the jewel, or orb, foretells the future, and that it shows great struggling and war. One day, Torak himself comes to visit Aldur. He and Belzedar argue briefly before the...

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