The Warrior's Path Characters

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Kin Ring Sackett

Kin is the main character in The Warrior's Path and the point of view is chiefly his. Kin is a woodsman who is called to help the family of his brother's wife. Once there Kin soon finds that despite his best efforts he is unable to avoid making people angry at him and distrustful. Kin will often have strong feelings or intuitions about the people that he meets, such as Max Bauer. Kin seems to be a fair man and one that has little time for foolishness. While the girls that have been kidnapped at the beginning of the book are not his immediate family, Kin is unwilling to ignore a request for help. It is understandable that Kin would answer this request for help but more of Kin's character is explained when it is seen that Kin is not simply willing to walk away from...

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