By Tom Kratman
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previous squaddies by no means die...except inside...when they lack a cause to dwell. previous soldier Wes Stauer is loss of life within, from sheer loss of objective. after which comes the knock at the door: “Our leader's son and inheritor has been abducted. We don't comprehend the place he's. we want you to get him again for us. the folks who've him are various, warlike, and good armed. yet cash is not any object.”
after which outdated soldiers—sailors and airmen, too—stop fading away and are available again into sharp focus.
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He angled his head to the side, then flicked his magnificent eyes to Chaol, who now stood with his arms crossed. She still remembered how adept Archer had been at taking in details. It was probably part of the reason he’d become the top male courtesan in Rifthold. And a formidable opponent when Celaena was training at the Assassins’ Keep. She glanced at Chaol, who was too busy staring down Archer to notice her attention. “He knows everything,” she told Archer. Some tension flowed out of Archer’s shoulders, but the surprise and amusement were wearing off—replaced by hesitant pity.
She just walked quickly back to her rooms with as much dignity as she could muster. Though she kept telling herself that she’d imagined it all, that it was some hallucination from too many hours awake, Celaena couldn’t stop hearing that cursed word again and again. Plans. indd 42 4/2/13 9:06 AM c h r e The person outside the library probably had nothing to do with the king, Celaena told herself as she walked—still not sprinting—down the hall to her room. There were plenty of strange people in a castle this large, and even though she rarely saw another soul in the library, perhaps some people just… wished to go to the library alone.
It had a tongue. Maybe she’d slipped on the stairs and smacked her head into the stones. That’d make more sense than this. An endless, filthy stream of curses began flowing through her head, each more vulgar than the next as she gaped at the knocker. ” The skull huffed, its eyes narrowing. “I’m attached to this door. ” It was impossible—it should be impossible. Magic was gone, vanished from the land ten years ago, before it had even been outlawed by the king. “Everything in this world is magic.
The Liberators (Countdown, Book 1) by Tom Kratman