The Trumpeter of Krakow - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Eric P. Kelly
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Chapters 10 - 12 Summary

Chapter 10: Peter rushes to the door and stares in bewilderment as balls of red fire rain down from above. Stas escapes because Peter's men are frozen by fear. Peter, terrified himself, realizes he must muster the courage of his men. Pretending no fear, he orders his men to ascend to the third floor. His men believe Satan is upstairs but their fear of Peter is stronger, so grudgingly they ascend the stairs. The first man inside reports that the door to the loft is open and the room is dark within. Peter assures them there is a man in there causing all this trouble and orders his men to slice open the troublemaker's throat. Hearing no reply from his men, Peter climbs the stairs and enters the dark loft.

Peter yells for the troublemaker to show himself. The room is illuminated...

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