By Poul Anderson
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The thought dropped from her. She sat down in a pew and listened to silence. She imagined ghosts gathered around, worshipful and humble, in the deepening dusk. When she left, only a westward purple remained of the daylight. Soon that too was gone. Now and then she had to glance at the attendant on her wrist, which she had ordered to point the way back. Stars twinkled forth, one by one, more and more. Seen through this slightly misty air they were not as bright or as many as they might have been.
If he had taken that Altairian Planet, a Betelgeusean Comet would have been open to attack by an Altairian Star. " "Yes," admitted Ibram. He studied the skyscene. "Easy for us to see. " "Competent players can, to a considerable extent. " Malena scowled into her viewer. "My lord, you seem determined to pursue this man," she said. " "Of course. I would not criticize your decisions, my lady and my lords. But you must agree that certain players require more zealous monitoring than most. " Arkezhan shrugged.
He sprang behind a weeping willow and thence into deeper reaches. A roar trailed after him: "Belov! " Mikel's party traded glances. "I know him too," Olver said. "Dammas, Arkezhan's nephew. " "Ill luck," groaned Teng. "Proceed the faster," Mikel ordered. " The bridge thudded under their feet. The garden soon gave way to lawn. The house loomed ahead. A machine stopped work, uncertain what this meant. Several peacocks squawked and scattered. The companion detachments broke out into view. They converged from left and right, to join their fellows in the final headlong dash.
Genesis by Poul Anderson