By Lawrence Watt-Evans
Kelder had constantly dreamed of a lifestyles extra interesting than what waited for him at the kinfolk farm. So whilst a fortune-teller estimated a wonderful destiny, that he'd roam unfastened and unfettered and be a champion of the misplaced and forlorn, he instantly set out at the fabled nice street to Shan looking for adventure.
But as soon as he was once at the highway, existence was once not often as interesting as he'd was hoping -- until eventually he met Irith. She used to be the main attractive lady, and the one lady with wings, Kelder had ever obvious. They teamed as much as see the realm, after which Kelder came across adventures aplenty: there have been bandits and demons, and there have been curses to boost, wizards to hunt spells from, orphans to champion, and mythical towns to go to. For the younger and carefree, existence at the nice road was once packed with enjoyable, motion, and magic.
But Kelder started to ask yourself approximately his attractive significant other. Irith definitely had obvious many of the international for one so younger -- and everybody alongside the street looked as if it would understand her . . . quickly, gaining knowledge of Irith's secrets and techniques turned Kelder's maximum event of all . . .
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Extra resources for Taking Flight (Legends of Ethshar, Book 5)
For one thing, she would almost certainly say no; while she was friendly enough, he didn't think she was so carefree, or so fond of him, that she would abandon her own plans— whatever they might be—to accompany him. And surely, she would have more sense than to marry a stranger she had just met. She had no reason to do so save to please him, and she had no reason to care that much about pleasing him. Better to wait and let their relationship grow naturally. And he didn't really want to go back home yet, anyway— not while there were more wonders to be found and the rest of his destiny to find.
And when darkness had come spilling over the sky, he had spent the night huddled under a haystack. He had continued the following day—but around noon, when his lunch was long gone and he had still seen nothing but more ridges and more little farms, he had decided that the time of the prophecy's fulfillment had not yet come, and he had turned back. The spring after that, at fourteen, he had plotted and planned for a month before he set out to seek his fortune. He had carried sensible foods, a good blanket, three copper bits and a dozen iron, and a sharp knife.
Taking Flight Lawrence Watt-Evans Copyright © 1993 ISBN 0-345-37715-X e-book ver. 0 CONTENT Dedication Prologue Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 21 Chapter 22 Chapter 23 Chapter 24 Chapter 25 Chapter 26 Chapter 27 Chapter 28 Chapter 29 Chapter 30 Chapter 31 Chapter 32 Chapter 33 Chapter 34 Chapter 35 Chapter 36 Author's Note: Linguistics About The Author Dedication Dedicated to Charlotte and Mark and Laura and Arthur Prologue The girl squirmed on her seat, and the old woman cast her a quick, angry glance.
Taking Flight (Legends of Ethshar, Book 5) by Lawrence Watt-Evans