The King Must Die - Book 4: Chapter 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4: Chapter 7-9 Summary

Theseus and Ariadne kept their meetings secret. Each night he would take a different path to her bed chambers. Along the way he was able to map out several places that he might need later on such as the ancient armory. On the night before a bull dance Theseus would not go to Ariadne keeping his pledge to his fellow cranes that their lives are just as important as his. Theseus tells Ariadne that the cranes are his people and he is responsible for them. She begins to cry that he is worthy to be a king of an entire kingdom. Theseus only responds by saying that it doesn't matter how many people you lead that you must be the best leader you can be with a few or many.

While talking to Ariadne, Theseus discovers that she has a deep hatred for...

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