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Carve the Mark - Part 4: Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

Veronica Roth
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In Chapter 29, narrated by Cyra, Cyra felt she had survived the night only because a stitching cloth had been applied to the wound on her face. She looked at the way the current ran over her skin instead of under it. The soldiers had told her that her heart stopped during the investigation. When it started again, the currents were outside her body. The pain was slightly more bearable.

She was being prepared to fight a challenger in the arena. Eijeh had brought her breakfast and Ryzek had come to taunt her about the challenge she would face. As Eijeh prodded Cyra to get her out of her cell, she discovered that she could barely walk a straight line. In the arena, it was Vas who waited for Cyra. When Ryzek held out a currentblade for Cyra, Cyra instead took hold of...

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