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The Fifth Elephant (Discworld #24) Real Vampires Hate Their Thighs (Glory St. Clair #5)

The Ironteeth aerial legion had been unleashed at last.

Today, only his grandson sat in a chair, his eyes red-rimmed. A living wraith.Food stores? Aedion asked from the other side of the table. The general-prince had seen better days, too. They all had. Every face in this room had the same bleak, battered expression.

Secret Unleashed (Secret McQueen #6)

We have food for a month at least, Darrow said. But none of that will matter without anyone to defend the walls.Captain Rolfe stepped up to the table. The firelances are down to the dregs. Well be lucky if they last through tomorrow.Then we conserve them, too, Manon said. Use them only for any higher-ranking Valg that make it over the city walls.

Red Hill (Red Hill #1)

Rolfe nodded. Another man she begrudgingly admired—though his swaggering could grate.It was an effort not to look to the sealed doors to the chamber. Where Asterin and Sorrel should have been waiting. Defending.

Instead, Petrah and Bronwen stood there. Not as her new Second and Third, but just representatives from their own factions.

Lets say we make the arrows last for four days, Ansel of Briarcliff said, frowning deeply. And make the firelances last for three, if used conservatively. Once theyre out, what remains?But she led him onward, the streets beginning to fill as the ceremonies ended and celebrating began. As laughing people streamed down the avenue and alleys, music pouring from everywhere, the smell of food and spices wrapping around him.

He forgot about the heat, the baking sun, forgot to keep moving his toes every now and then, as they rode through the winding quarters of the city, as he marveled at the domed temples and free libraries, as Yrene showed him the paper money they used—mulberry bark backed in silk—in lieu of unwieldy coins.She bought him her favorite treats, a confection made from carob, and offered smiles to anyone who came her way. Rarely to him, though.

Fatal Deception (Red Stone Security #3)

There was no street she balked at turning down, no neighborhood or alley she seemed to fear. A god-city, yes—and also a city of learning, of light and comfort and wealth.When the sun reached its zenith, she led them into a lush public garden, its overhanging trees and vines blocking out the brutal rays. They rode down the labyrinth of walkways, the garden near-empty thanks to everyone now partaking in the midday meal.

Raised beds of flowers overflowed with blossoms, hanging ferns swayed in the cool breeze off the sea, birds called to one another from the cover of the drooping fronds overhead.Do you think …, Yrene said after long minutes of quiet, that one day … She gnawed on her bottom lip. That we could have a place like this?

In anywhere, she said. But yes—in Adarlan, in Fenharrow. I heard Eyllwes cities were once as fine as this, before …Before the shadow between them. Before the shadow in his heart.

They were, Chaol said, sealing away the thought of the princess whod lived in those cities, whod loved them. Even as the scar on his face seemed to twinge. But he considered her question. And from those shadows of his memory, he heard Aedion Ashryvers voice.What do you suppose the people on other continents, across all those seas, think of us? Do you think they hate us or pity us for what we do to each other? Perhaps its just as bad there. Perhaps its worse. But … I have to believe its better. Somewhere, its better than this.

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