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Edited: Dec 2, 5:58pm Top

Given what he found out do you think Hendon is Sebastian’s father? What about Sir Nigel, do you think he is Peter’s father?

Dec 2, 8:27pm Top

I don't think Hendon is Sebastian's father but Hendon is lying about it. I don't think Nigel is Peter's father. I think it's Francis.

Dec 2, 9:09pm Top

I haven't thought Hendon was Sebastian's father for a while now. I'm waiting to see when Sebastian is going to travel to France (? I think) where we've been lead to believe his mother may still be alive and with her lover. I don't remember what book that was where that was implied - maybe toward the end of book 2?

Dec 2, 9:22pm Top

We've always had doubts that Hendon was Sebastian's father and now we know. I feel sorry for both of them as Hendon has grown on me over the last couple of books.

I feel like Francis could be Peter's father. Or possibly someone else, even the killer. Definitely not Nigel.

Dec 3, 5:57am Top

I don't think Hendon is Sebastian's father and I think Francis is Peter's father.

Edited: Dec 3, 6:28am Top

I don't think that Hendon is Sebastian's father and I agree that Francis is Peter's father. I wonder if Kat knew that Sebastian wasn't her brother but kept quiet to protect Hendon???

Dec 3, 1:16pm Top

Hendon is so adamant that I want to believe him. But how can the facts of the ship's passenger list lie? What a dilemma!
I don't believe Sir Nigel is the father of Sir Peter.


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