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Young Warriors: Stories of Strength Chapter Summary & Analysis - Swords That Talk. Summary

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Swords That Talk. Summary

Sixteen-year-old Brinn is on his way through a labyrinth to kill a troll and take the trolls treasure. Brinn wants to bring the treasure back to his poor village where he will be seen as a hero. He can't stop thinking about the glory he will receive when he accomplishes his goal. Brinn hopes that killing the troll will convince his people that his is a warrior and they will forget he stole the sword he is using from the village armory. The sword's name is Irontongue and it won't stop talking. Brinn gets upset with the sword and tells him they need the element of surprise, but if Irontongue keeps talking they won't have that. Irontongue tells him that he should have brought a mace if he wanted quiet. Brinn sighs and begins to wonder about the discarded and broken swords and...

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