Belgarath the Sorcerer - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

David Eddings
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Chapters 13-15 Summary

In Chapter thirteen, Belgarath watches Belzedar catch the magician Etchquaw on fire and burn him to death. Belgarath flees, realiaing that Belzedar is now serving the other necessity completely. He also realizes that despite his anger, he is incapable of killing his brother. Taking the form of an owl, he follows Zedar and this is what Belgarath thinks of him. Zeldar calls out to Torak to explain what has happened. They have no further traps in place for Belgarath and the Alorns, so Belgarath decides to confront him. The voice stops him, however. He flies ahead and takes human form. Zedar acts relieved to see his brother and discourages him from continuing to Mallorea. Belgarath knows Zedar is lying and demands to know why he betrayed Aldur. Zedar breaks down, saying he thought that he could pretend to serve Torak, but...

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