The Sword of Shannara - Chapter 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Terry Brooks
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Chapter 4 - 6 Summary

In chapter 4, Shea and Flick decide to leave immediately and head Northeast to Anar. Shea keeps in shape and because of his light form is able to move quickly. Flick's stocky, heavier form must work to keep up and he starts to tire. Flick spots a flying creature and the brothers fear they have been seen. The monster changes directions and flies north so they speed up to enter the protective covering of the Duln forest. Flick objects when Shea tells him they are going to get Leah to guide them through the Black Oaks. After crossing the Rappahalladran River, they nap several hours and then continue walking from midnight until sunrise. They discuss Leah again because Flick does not want his help, but Shea says he is a good friend and great swordsman. They stop to sleep near daybreak and...

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