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The Warrior Heir Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Sixteen: A Summons To Court Summary

Cinda Williams Chima
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Chapter Sixteen: A Summons To Court Summary

Jack tries to express his reluctance to fight Ellen over dinner later, but Hastings reminds him that Ellen is a Warrior and will take any chance she can to kill him. Two suits are filed. One suit is filed by Longbranch claiming ownership of Jack and the other by Linda claiming Jack isn't a Warrior at all. Fitch and Will are still in England as well, and while waiting for a train to Edinburgh Fitch insists on going up to the citadel. Will is left to find something to eat. Fitch sees Leesha who quickly immobilizes him, and tells him she will be back with Will shortly. Jack and Hastings go to the hearing the following morning. On their way, Simon Paige introduces himself to Jack as Ellen's trainer. Jack sees Linda and several of his neighbors...

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