The Silver Chair - Chapter 13, Underland without the Queen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Underland without the Queen Summary

After their rest, Jill, Rilian, Eustace, and Puddleglum discuss their next move. Rilian tells them about the horses in the stable that he wants to take. Since there will be many creatures by the sea, they should find the hole the queen was having dug and follow it to the surface. When everyone agrees, they slip out the door. What they see surprises them. The creatures, once sad and quiet, are now happy and noisy. Also in the distance is a great red light that all the creatures seem to be heading toward. The guards are gone and buildings are beginning to fall around them. Prince Rilian notices many of the creatures slipping through the shadows, however, and is concerned they are attempting some sort of military maneuver against them. The prince suggests great caution...

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