The Hero and the Crown - Part 1: Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapters 3-5 Summary

In chapter three, Aerin recalls when she was twelve, her father and Talat were in a fierce battle. Talat was cut badly in his hindquarters, leaving him unable to use one leg. However, Talat continued to carry her father through the rest of the battle and then carried him home. The grooms were not able to help Talat regain use of his leg, so he was put in his own pasture, where it was hoped he would sire many foals. Unfortunately, Talat frightened the mares away and became a mean, solitary animal.

Several years later, Galanna, who has always believed Aerin is not of royal blood, goaded her into eating from the surka plant. The surka plant is known to be fatal to those not of royal blood and to bring on visions for those with royal blood. Aerin...

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