By Katharine Kerr
E-book seven of the distinguished Deverry sequence, an epic myth rooted in Celtic mythology that intricately interweaves human and elven historical past over a number of hundred years.
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Meer ignored the qualification. ’ ‘It was. Did I not pray for guidance in our travelling? html Jahdo shuddered. He felt as if snow had slipped from a roof down his back, and it took him a long time to be able to speak. ‘You be sure that were a god? ’ ‘You ill-got little cub! ’ ‘The rest of that stuff, as you so inelegantly put it, happen to be two of his major attributes and one of his minor ones, as attested by the holy hymns themselves. Humph. I can see that I’d best attend to your education.
What the legends say is right enough, and east lie the Slavers, sure enough, but south, south is the way to turn. Follow this stream, and it will swell to a river. Cross at the ford marked with the stone, and head into the rising sun. Beware, beware that you go too far, or you’ll reach the Slavers’ towered dun. ’ ‘I will, then. ’ ‘Now that I can’t promise. ’ With that he disappeared, so suddenly and completely gone that Jahdo was sure he’d dreamt the entire thing - until he realized that he could never fall asleep standing knee-deep in cold water.
It is, at that. Some things are beyond changing. ’ He tried to speak, but no words came. Whether it was beyond his changing or not, he knew that Time and her daughter Death were beyond his understanding. The knowing gave him doubts. Maybe he didn’t understand the universe as completely as he thought he did, maybe his power was far more limited than he thought it was. With those doubts, a distant city vanished from his lands forever, wiped away like a smear of charcoal from a hearthstone. Although it seemed to Evandar that a mere hour or two had gone by since he’d seen the Gel da’Thae bard and spoken with Jahdo, ten whole days of Time as we measure it in our world had passed for them.
A Time of War by Katharine Kerr