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Twenty-eight – 09

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] “Sounds like it should work,” Thordin said, his brow furrowing for a few seconds. “Nothing else is changing?” “Not unless any of you see a reason to change the plan. I don’t.” … Continue reading

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Twenty-eight – 08

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] Hecate found her voice first. “Well, that’s reassuring,” she said, her tone measured and voice quiet. She was staring off over the camp below, almost seeming to get her bearings—as if she … Continue reading

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Twenty-eight – 07

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] More than any other, that was a sobering thought. For a few seconds, I stared blankly at the camp below, barely daring to breathe. I had never faced something quite like this … Continue reading

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Twenty-seven – 06

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] “How far is it to the rise?” Phelan asked, glancing away from the pair of scouts and toward the small army they’d craped together from their own settlers and the Hunt’s members. … Continue reading

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Twenty-seven – 05

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] “It will certainly give us an element of surprise,” Phelan said, leading his horse into the lee of the trees. It wouldn’t be much protection from the rain and damp, but if … Continue reading

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Twenty-seven – 04

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] They stopped on a wooded hillside a mile from where Orcus’s army was encamped. Two scouts from the Wild Hunt waited for them there, huddled in jackets and under an old oilskin … Continue reading

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Twenty-seven – 03

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] “Feels like old times, almost,” Thordin said, shifting in his saddle. “More or less loaded for bear, more or less information. The stakes are pretty much the same.” “Pretty much the same,” … Continue reading

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Twenty-seven – 02

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] Marin reached across the gap to squeeze his arm. Phelan met her gaze and forced a smile. She shook her head. “Don’t,” she said softly. “Don’t force it.” “Someone has to,” he … Continue reading

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Twenty-seven – 01

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] A steady, chilling rain came with the dawn. It found most of them on horseback, riding together toward their ultimate destination—an army camp miles away, peopled with individuals who would love to … Continue reading

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Twenty-six – 06

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] The murmur of voices reached them before they reached the pool of light that surrounded the cookfire. Matt’s heart grew a little heavier the closer he got, his stomach folding in on … Continue reading

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