Tortall and Other Lands
A Collection of TalesBook - 2011 | First edition
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How could humans rush through a day without looking at the blueness of the sky or the colors of butterflies?
She didn’t know which was worse, waiting for one of her father’s rages or having one break over her head. She hated being a coward.
Adria could not be content unless things made sense. They had to have a reason to be the way that they were. Even “it’s magic” wasn’t a good enough explanation. She had seen enough guild magic lessons and the work of marketplace mages to know that magic had rules.
Sunflower could not survive on his own. He let meals burn. He let fires die. He knew wonderful stories for every constellation but had no idea of their summer or winter positions, which could guide his travels. She found him watching a sandstorm advance, as if it were an interesting display. She barely got him back to the karn with both their skins in one piece.
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