The Golden Fool - Chapter XXI, Convalescence; Chapter XXII, Connections; Chapter XXIII, Revelations Summary & Analysis

Robin Hobb
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Chapter XXI, Convalescence; Chapter XXII, Connections; Chapter XXIII, Revelations Summary

In Chapter XXI, Convalescence, Tom still recovers. He is still very injured. Tom demands Golden and Chade talk to him about what has been going on. The day after Tom killed Laudwine and Padget, there had been scrolls saying the Queen killed them because they were Witted. The scrolls had warned not to trust the Queen, not to come to her Old Blood convocation and that she and her minions would kill anyone who speaks the truth about her son, Dutiful, who is Witted. Civil's mother commits suicide because she cannot let Civil spy on Buckkeep for her safety while she is being sexually assaulted by the Piebalds every day. The agreement had been supposed to be if Civil spied, the Piebalds would keep his mother safe...

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