The Ruins of Gorlan - Chapter 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 Summary

In Chapter 25, Gilan is not happy with taking Will along to hunt the Kalkara. Halt says that he is a Ranger and has his part to do for the Corp. Halt is taking Gilan along because his sword could come in handy against the Kalkara. The three ride into the Solitary Plain on the track of the Kalkara. They believe that the Kalkara are on the Solitary Plain near the Stone Flutes. This is a horrible place where the wind flows through the stones making a keening sound that irritates a person.

They are hoping to not be seen and come upon the Kalkara unawares. There are people who live on the plains. It is a hard existence and the people do not like strangers. Halt is worried that some of the people may be in league with the Kalkara. He wants to...

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