Here Be Dragons - Book One, Chapters 3-7 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapters 3-7 Summary

King Henry is ill. His son, John, visits him and listens to the same promises his father has made on so many other occasions. Henry promises to give his son some land and a title, something he did for all his other sons, but not John. However, John is beginning to find it difficult to believe these promises any longer. In the middle of the night, John gathers his men and rides out to where his brother Richard has his army camped. Richard and King Philip of France have been waging battle together against King Henry in order to secure the crown for Richard. John has decided to gives his loyalties to Richard rather than Henry. Not long after, Henry dies. One of John's illegitimate brother's accuses John of killing their father with his defection. Several years...

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