Tag Archives: Phelan O’Credne

Two – 03

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] I was probably more harsh than I needed to be, Phelan reflected as he climbed the hill, the forge growing closer with each step. Sunshine slanted down through the trees that had … Continue reading

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Two – 02

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] He managed to go a dozen yards from Lin’s door before Finn Astoris appeared at his side, his face soot-stained and his hair tousled by the wind. His expression was as serious … Continue reading

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Two – 01

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] “What the hell happened?” Jacqueline’s voice reached them before Phelan actually saw his wife, who’d spotted them before he could spot her. He glanced up the hill, toward the old forge where … Continue reading

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One – 03

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] “Lin.” Sound swam up through the darkness, my head ringing with each heartbeat. I twitched feebly, feeling nothing but bone-deep ache and a burning where the camazotzi had gotten pieces … Continue reading

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Thirty – 01

[This post is from Neve’s point of view.] It was three days before they made it home, carrying with them the wounded—many of the Hunt were, but those from the ridge were little worse for wear. They didn’t talk about … Continue reading

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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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