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Petra: City in Stone Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 31 - 35 Summary

T. L. Higley
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Chapters 31 - 35 Summary

Julian: In the throne room, Julian tries to throw off the guards that hold him, as Queen Hagiru shouts curses upon him. Hagiru promises that the god of Petra, Dushara, will not be dethroned by Julian's One God. She calls for Alexander to be brought to her, and when he arrives, his face lights up and he calls Julian's name. Feeling a new sense of strength, Julian returns to the streets to regroup the church. Outside, however, with the news that Marta has died at the hands of the palace guards, depression sets in and Julian feels hopeless, as though all is lost. He does not go to regroup the church, but wanders the streets, ending back at the tombs where he works each day. He starts work on his latest assignment, violently smashing his tools into the rocks, and is shocked when he turns...

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