The Whipping Boy - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Sid Fleischman
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Chapter 12 Summary

Hold-Your-Nose Billy prepares to ride the horse close enough to let him return to the castle itself. As he departs, he gives reminders to Cutwater about the prisoners. While the two villains are outside, Jemmy and Prince Brat get a chance to talk. Jemmy is eyeing the place over to see how he can plan his escape. Prince Brat accuses him of being stupid by recommending a wagonload of gold and jewels. Prince Brat thinks that his father will have to pay for it but Jemmy knows that the note will not be taken seriously. What he does know is that he will be in serious trouble for running away and writing the note himself for all will think that Jemmy is the source of the ransom. Prince Brat, with a sudden switch of personality, offers his protection but Jemmy refuses, only trusting...

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