When the Sea Turned to Silver - Section 3, Chapters 22-36 Summary & Analysis

Grace Lin
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Lady Meng and the children were led to King KaiJae and his wife, both of whom were upset because they had just received word that a part of the city where some close friends were had been attacked. Lady Meng began immediately to ask questions about her husband Wan, whom she assumed was dead. King KaiJae told her about how her husband Wan had gone to a meeting with the emperor and never returned. Additionally, all the other kings who went to the meeting were killed and replaced by the emperor's men. However, King KaiJae had heard that Wan was kept alive. Lady Meng became especially upset when KaiJae told her about how the emperor ripped through Wan's shirt and stole a patch of it, and afterwards the emperor had both superhuman strength and invincibility. They were interrupted by a messenger who...

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