By Garth Nix
A hero's journey...a conflict among worlds....With magical storytelling, this sequence vividly creates an problematic international.
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12/30/2010 8:44 PM 39 of 89 file:///E:/Alam/e-books/The%20Seventh%20Tower%20-%20Garth%20N... " asked Tal, rubbing his own chest. He'd developed a sympathetic pain there as well. "No," replied Adras. " "That's good, I guess," said Tal. " "Perhaps they have," said Jarnil. He came over to the well and used his good hand to scoop up a handful of water to splash upon his face. " asked Tal. He'd lost track of the days since his initial fall from the Castle. Time also flowed differently in Aenir. He looked at his Sunstone.
Well, the numbers fluctuate--" began Jarnil. "Don't tell the spy--" spat Crow. "Seven right now," said Ferek. " roared Crow. Ferek flinched, but the older boy did not follow through with any action to enforce his words. "Close it," repeated Crow, but softer. For a second Tal thought he caught a hint of kindness in Crow's voice, as if he was sorry he'd shouted at Ferek. " asked Tal. "That's all? Counting Jarnil? What about the other Sharers of the Light? " Jarnil looked down and mumbled something.
He bent down and hugged the old man, as usual surprised by Ebbitt's lightness. He was more fragile than he appeared. "Good-bye, Tal," said Ebbitt. As Tal started to straighten up, Ebbitt whispered in his ear, "Bring me back a cake. One of the ones made with almond meal and boiled oranges. " Tal nodded. "I will, Uncle," he said. "In return for that cake can I have two doses of the water spider antidote? " CHAPTER FIFTEEN Aided by the airweed and Gill's guidance, Milla found the entrance to the heatway tunnels without trouble.
Above the Veil (The Seventh Tower, Book 4) by Garth Nix