The Warrior's Path - Chapter 1-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1-5 Summary

The Warrior's Path by Louis L'Amour is the story of a backwoodsman, Kin Sackett, who is called upon to help save two girls who disappear while walking in the woods. Kin soon discovers that although Indians have been blamed for the abduction of the girls, it is actually a plot by very powerful individuals to capture white girls that are disliked in their communities and sell them as slaves over seas. Kin is able to save the girls but cannot rest until he has stopped the men responsible even if it puts his own life in danger.

In chapter one Kin Ring Sackett is in the woods hunting for a bear when he sees a skinny old Indian who is obviously hurt. Kin is reluctant to run out and help the Indian. It is possible that it is a trap and it is also possible...

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