The Wishsong of Shannara - Chapter V, VI Summary & Analysis

Terry Brooks
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Chapter V, VI Summary

In Chapter V, four days into their journey, Allanon has yet to reveal much information to Brin and Rone about their journey. During the day he rides ahead, alone, and at night he stays awake, keeping guard. Allanon neither eats nor sleeps. On the fourth evening, without warning, Allanon leaves Brin and Rone alone. The story goes that Allanon and the Warlock Lord had both learned fairie magic long ago, but the Warlock Lord, unlike Allanon, was corrupted by that magic. Brin's father would argue that point, believing that Allanon is also a victim of the magic and its power. Brin only knows that she senses a deep sadness in Allanon. Rone tells Brin he does not trust Allanon. Why, he wonders, does Allanon always seem to need the help of the Ohmsford family to fight evil? In the...

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