The Golden Fool - Chapter XVIII, Pink Sugar Cake; Chapter XIX, Laudwine; Chapter XX, Coterie Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XVIII, Pink Sugar Cake; Chapter XIX, Laudwine; Chapter XX, Coterie Summary

In Chapter XVIII, Pink Sugar Cake, Dutiful arranges the cake for Thick. Laudwine, the Piebalds leader, may want to kill Dutiful. Tom gives Thick presents from Dutiful. Thick says his employers call Tom a stink dog. Thick helps Tom delve into his memories. Tom hears a conversation between Thick and his boss telling him to be careful of Tom because he chopped off Laudwine's arm. Padget is who commands Thick. He is Laudwine's middle man. He wants to know where and when he can kill Tom and the Prince. Laudwine says if Padget ever betrays him, he will be killed or worse. The servants who beat Thick and steal his coins and candy are his employers, not anyone in Buckkeep. Tom bathes Thick, combs his hair and...

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