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Twenty-four – 05

[This post is from Thom’s point of view.] “I can go,” Kellin offered again. Thom winced. “No,” he said. “Don’t go and no, you’re right, Mar, it’s not nothing.” He sighed, fingers going still against Lin’s hair. His son squirmed … Continue reading

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Twenty-four – 04

[This post is from Thom’s point of view.] Thom’s stomach dropped right through the floor to a spot about seven or eight feet below where he was sitting, staring at Kellin in stunned silence. Atlantis. Fucking Atlantis. It all comes … Continue reading

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Twenty-four – 03

[This post is from Thom’s point of view.] “Bullshit,” Thom spat, trying to push himself up again. Marin winced at the vehemence in his voice and shook her head. “Kel, stay. Come on. You wanted to talk about this and … Continue reading

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Twenty-two – 06

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] Lin let out a soft whimpering noise when his aunt and uncle turned away, taking Tory with them. I exhaled a breath and reached down, letting his tiny hand wrap around one … Continue reading

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Twenty-two – 05

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] “Are you all right?” Hecate asked me. My gaze flicked up from the infants to meet hers, where I saw a flicker of fear almost overshadowed by concern. I took a deep … Continue reading

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Twenty-two – 04

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] My brother cleared his throat a few seconds before he reached the circle of the fire’s light, cleaning his hands on a rag with a faint smile on his face. I blinked … Continue reading

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Twenty-two – 01

[This post is from Marin’s point of view.] It was late when the rain finally ended, into the wee hours when I took the dawn watch, and I didn’t see Thordin until he came to the fire during that watch … Continue reading

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Twenty-one – 02

[This post is from Hecate’s point of view.] She had lived through things like this before, but they had rarely ended well—for anyone involved, if she were to be brutally honest. The waiting was always the worst of it, the … Continue reading

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Twenty-one – 01

[This post is from Hecate’s point of view.] “Did you feel it, too?” Hecate swallowed, feeling sick. She pressed her back against the cool wall of the hollow they hid in, Lin cradled against her chest. The infant’s fingers clutched … Continue reading

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Fourteen – 03

[This post is from Thordin’s point of view.] “Hell,” Rory said, shaking his head. “We can’t go two damn weeks without someone new gunning for us, can we? Turning into one of those damn monster of the week shows.” “This … Continue reading

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