First, she’d fed the boy.
“Go now,” said the voice, “Before it fully wakes.”
A body had been dragged through the door.
Mirella’s heart began to pound. It was the voice that had caused her to be driven from home.
The crowd was a river of confusion, winding its way to the banquet hall.
Oren surveyed the King. William sat on the throne, hardly more than a skeleton in a wash of robes.
Filling up the doorway was a giant of a man, his hair white as snow.
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The Who’s, Which’s and Where’s of Flight, Book One of the Outer Flower
Oren hadn’t known what to expect of civilization, but feeling the sharp disappointment, he knew he’d expected more.