TREY: So, the Famous Mockingbird comes down, and he gets the book from the castle. He brings it back to this clearing here where all the revolutionaries are. Now, when he lays the book down on the ground, a horrible thing starts to happen, and that’s the fact that Errand Wolfe, the head of the revolutionaries, when he sees the book on the ground, he starts to feel this incredible feeling coming over him. He picks up the book, and he realizes that, sure, they’ve got the book back and everything but now that he’s got the book, he’s the one who can have the power.
So, he takes the book, and in a fit of rage he grabs the Famous Mockingbird and straps him to this pole with glue and rubber bands. He takes the book, and he grabs a couple of his cronies and says, “If we can go into town and find this one guy who’s strong enough to overthrow, to kill king Wilson then I’ll be the one with the power.” So, he’s got the book. He realizes that he can take over. So, what they do is they go into town and they find this guy who’s basically the only guy in town who’s strong enough to execute King Wilson. And this guy’s name is The Sloth...
[“The Sloth” is next. It is followed by a cacophonous return to the “Interlude" and the next chapter of narration.]
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