Tag Archives: Thomas Merlin Ambrose

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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One – 02

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] Roots erupted from the ground, reaching for the camazotzi even as it plowed into me, claws raking. If the pendant’s chain hadn’t been wound through my fingers, I would have … Continue reading

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One – 01

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] It was idyllic until the birds stopped chirping. I froze and took a slow breath, then another. The woods were dead silent where a few seconds ago they’d been awake … Continue reading

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Twenty-nine – 06

[This post is from Neve’s point of view.] She took a deep breath and exhaled slowly, getting up to check on the sleeping infants in her care. Nestled together in one basket, neither Anne nor Artorius showed any sign of … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 08

[This post is from Thom’s point of view.] He wouldn’t be that crazy. Thom closed his eyes for a second, wishing he didn’t feel like he was lying to himself. He—no. No, he wouldn’t. Would he? “When did they get … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 07

[This post is from Thom’s point of view.] Marin glanced between the three men, frowning slightly. Thom tried not to squirm, instead fighting to keep his movements a little easier, less uncomfortable—this despite the fact that he still ached from … Continue reading

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Twenty-five – 06

[This post is from Thom’s point of view.] Thom had started to doze again after word came of the scouts’ return. Leaning back against one of the log benches, he’d closed his eyes, Marin and Lin nestled against his chest. … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 05

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.]                “So which part, exactly, are we voting on?” Jacqueline asked.  The question came quietly, no judgement or doubt in her tone—a simple, matter-of-fact question.  Her gaze was intent as she watched … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 04

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] Carolyn blinked, staring at Hecate for a few seconds. “I probably already know the answer to this question, but I’m going to ask anyway. Why, exactly, won’t they have much reason to … Continue reading

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