Time's Eye - Part Four, The Confluence of History: Chapters 33 & 34 Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, The Confluence of History: Chapters 33 & 34 Summary

Koyla is taken to Yeh-lu and before they can torture him, he confesses, fearfully, all of his conversation with Casey. Sable claims to have tried to plead his case to the Mongols, reminding them he is a Prince sent from heaven, and tells Koyla that they will not spill royal blood. Instead, they restrain him and pour molten silver into each of his eyes and ears. Then they throw him into a hole and nail the floorboards over him. He screams, but cannot hear himself.

Casey helps Alexander and his men prepare by sacrificing some of their weaponry, while Bisesa sets up a hospital and trains assistants by sacrificing goats to instruct them and get them used to the sight of blood. Ruddy helps Bisesa, overcoming his own squeamishness and four...

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