The Reckoning - Study Guide Chapters 4, Montargis, France, April 1271- 7, Castell Y Bere, Wales, December 1272 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter 4, Queen Marguerite brings Nell the news of Hal's murder. Amaury, the youngest de Montfort brother, has also been implicated in the murder. Amaury is a priest serving hundreds of miles away from Viterbo in Padua, but he must also suffer for the sins of his brothers.

Edmund Plantagenet, the Earl of Leicester and Lancaster, younger brother of Prince Edward arrives in Palermo, Italy to greet his brother. Prince Edward has come in response to Hal's murder and vows to hunt the de Montfort brothers mercilessly. Eleanora, Prince Edward's wife has joined him, leaving behind three small children at home, children she will not see for years.

In chapter 5, Bran leaves Guy, sickened by the gory murder. A small band of knights follow Bran, but one by one...

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