Tag Archives: Thordin

Seven – 04

[This post is from Kailey’s point of view.] Breath burned in her lungs as her strides ate up the distance between the orchard and the gates, gates that still stood open despite everything they’d been through over the years—a side … Continue reading

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Six – 05

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] “We all do,” Neve said after the silence that followed, silence that was so loud that it felt deafening. She crossed her arms, her brows knitting. “But they left us enough to … Continue reading

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Six – 04

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] J.T.’s brows knit as he stared at Phelan, leaning a little more heavily on the cane in his hand. Despite the moratorium on violence, the years hadn’t always gone smoothly for him. … Continue reading

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Six – 03

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] Phelan watched the others’ faces while Matt recounted what he’d heard from Gilad, the news of what the Hunt’s scouts had seen and encountered on their patrol. The word that a detachment … Continue reading

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Six – 02

[This post is from Phelan’s point of view.] They crested the hill and walked past the forge, spotting the others after a few seconds more. Phelan couldn’t see anyone missing from their informal council, not that he’d expected anyone to … 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 – 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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