By Barb Hendee, J. C. Hendee
In her quest to discover the orb of Spirit, Wynn Hygeorht is torn among males who hate every one other—her vampire protector, Chane Andraso, and the elf Osha, who has emotions for her.
Now a wierd sequence of clues leads them to a distant continue equipped at the darkish cliffs of the coast of Witeny—where an previous enemy lurks, able to damage her. whilst, dhampir Magiere, Leesil, and Chap proceed their determined look for the orb of Air. nonetheless hunted through a workforce of assassins, they break out at the first on hand send, merely to discover themselves less than the ability of a sadistic captain.
Yet no matter if they have the capacity to live to tell the tale this voyage, what waits for them on the journey’s finish is past something they could imagine....
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On the other side lay open fields. 8. The Crossing The centurion ... commanded that they which could swim should cast themselves first into the sea and get to land. And the rest, some on boards and some on broken pieces of the ship. And so it came to pass, that they escaped all safe to land. The Acts of the Apostles , Chapter 27 The top of the sandy bank was a good six feet above the water. From where they sat, the rabbits could look straight ahead upstream, and downstream to their left. Evidently there were nesting holes in the sheer face below them, for as the light grew they saw three or four martins dart out over the stream and away into the fields beyond.
Like all wild animals, rabbits can swim if they have to: and some even swim when it suits them. Rabbits have been known to live on the edge of a wood and regularly swim a brook to feed in the fields beyond. But most rabbits avoid swimming, and certainly an exhausted rabbit could not swim the Enborne. "I don't want to jump in there," said Speedwell. " asked Hawkbit. Hazel suspected that if Fiver felt they ought to cross the river, it might be dangerous not to. But how were the others to be persuaded?
It's obvious that he's been sent some kind of message, and I believe in these things. " "Because the Threarah doesn't like anything he hasn't thought of for himself," answered Hazel. "But we can't bother with him any more now. We've got to try to collect some more rabbits and meet again here, fu Inlé. And we'll start fu Inlé, too: we can't wait longer. The danger's coming closer all the time--whatever it is--and, besides, the Threarah isn't going to like it if he finds out that you've been trying to get at rabbits in the Owsla, Bigwig.
A Wind in the Night (The Noble Dead Saga III, Book 3) by Barb Hendee, J. C. Hendee