On Fortune's Wheel - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Approaching the city of Northgate, Orien takes a few of the silver coins and buys a feast for the two. He brings back news that the fair is recently ended and the city preparing for Hearing Day. Orien wants to learn more about current affairs in the Kingdom before he announces himself as the next Earl. They arrive in the city on Hearing Day.

The Earl sits on a platform, handing down harsh but just sentences to wrongdoers. Orien is proud to see his brother, Gladaegal, ruling so wisely. As the proceedings end, the two men's eyes meet across the room. Gladaegal calls out for them to wait. He recognizes Orien immediately in spite of his branded face. Gladaegal tells Orien he must see their grandfather. Orien introduces Birle as his Lady, and Gladaegal offers his arm. Bathed and dressed in borrowed finery, Birle joins the royal...

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