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On Fortune's Wheel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

Birle has not forgotten her promise to Yul. In the spring, when Lyss is big enough to leave with Nan, Birle will travel south to find the giant and bring him back. It hurts her to think that she might be killed on the journey, leaving Lyss an orphan. With Birle gone, no one will be able to doctor the farmers who come to her door. Maybe Yul won't want to leave the sideshow. Still, Birle has given her promise and must honor it.

At night, a shadowy figure creeps across the grass. Birle thinks of the robbers who sometimes visit isolated holdings. He walks into the light and tosses his hood back. It is Orien. He calls her Lady, but Birle reminds him she could never be a Lady. Orien asks to see the baby. He insists that no one told him where to find her...

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