The Floating Island - Chapter Twenty Two through Chapter Twenty Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty Two through Chapter Twenty Four Summary

Chapter Twenty Two finds the king offering Ven the position of court reporter. He points out that only Ven, in the entire castle, knows the name of the jailer, because he has an eye for detail. Ven, however, refuses, as he has to get home to take care of Witherspoon, who ruined his family. The king asks Ven to at least consider the position. He throws Ven a puzzle box, explaining that it belonged to a Rover, a man of a nomad race who travels the world, keeping his valuables in a hand crafted box so intricate, only the designer, or a clever thief, knows the solution. He asks that Ven let him know his answer by the end of the week. On returning to the Inn, Ven immediately accuses Ida of being the one...

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