The False Prince: Book 1 of the Ascendance Trilogy - Study Guide Chapters 41 - 54 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer A. Nielsen
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In Chapter 41, Imogen is angry that Sage is helping her. She doesn't want charity, or kindness from a prince. She wonders how Sage can sell his own freedom so cheaply. Sage goes riding alone, only to be joined by Mott. Mott accepts Sage as Prince Jaron.

In Chapter 42, King Eckbert's decision to send away Jaron to be properly schooled is seen as a decisive moment for an indecisive king. Jaron escapes from the ship before the ship sails, and lives life as a beggar. He is discovered by a priest from church, who contacts Prince Darius.

In Chapter 43, the king, in disguise, comes to meet Jaron in the church. King Eckbert explains he wanted to be a musician when he was younger. Now that everyone believes Jaron is dead, he cannot come back home. If he does, the king will be forced to declare war...

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