The Sword of Shannara - Chapter 29 & 30 Summary & Analysis

Terry Brooks
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Chapter 29 & 30 Summary

In chapter 29, when the mystic realizes Palance has entered the cellar, he calls Balinor a traitor and claims Balinor was the one who kidnapped Shirl. Palance begins to ramble and even tells Stenmin he is "pathetic." He refuses to kill his brother even on Stenmin's orders. The mystic realizes he is losing Palance's attention. Stenmin pulls out his dagger, stabs Palance, and throws him against Leah. He flees with Balinor, Durin, and Dayel in pursuit. Hendel hits him with a mace but even this does not stop the mystic. Balinor is slowed down when the palace doors crash open and his Border Legion friends enter putting him on their shoulders in victory. They do not know they are hindering his pursuit and Stenmin subsequently escapes.

Balinor is now King of Callahorn as his father is dead and Palance is near death. He immediately...

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