The Mysterious Benedict Society - A Chess Lesson — Sacrifices, Narrow Escapes and Something Like a Plan Summary & Analysis

Trenton Lee Stewart
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In the section “A Chess Lesson,” Kate insisted on going alone to check out the Whisperer and see if she could find its computer workings. Meanwhile, both boys fight the urge not to give her any information about the Whisperer. As he struggled with his own doubts about himself, Reynie sent a message to Mr. Benedict telling him he thought the Whisperer was too strong for him. Reynie waited so long he thought not even Mr. Benedict had no advice for him when he finally saw a response. He was told to remember the white knight.

In the chapter “The Mouse in the Culvert,” Kate worked her way into the control building as she worried about getting caught. In order to distract Jackson from his post guarding the hallway, she used her slingshot to...

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