“Everything will be fine again soon.” Someone whispered into her ear.
Tristan had a list of things that terrified him.
What is that list, though?
“I’m hungry. Anyone wants to join me for lunch.”
“Some of these men...” The chief’s son began.
“Oh… my gosh!!” The fox jumped in front of him. “You’re Toby, right?! Toby Williams!!”Toby was visibly confused. “Uhm--?” He tilted his head. “Do you know me?”
The moment I saw the lights of the train, the possibility of death began to acquire a real weight.
(Poem in the chapter written by the character, Kyler!)
the bond of bloodover timedilutes, yetstrings of bitsstrengthens
This...is going to turn him into a monster
No one is really going to miss me.’
Patrick, at that moment, was the most important man in the world.
The pale light transformed the woodlands into something out of a fairy story.
But then legends were based upon something happening hundreds of years in the past, and over the years layers upon layers of embellishment by the telling made them what they finally ended up being in the present day.
"Man, it's huge!"
"Darn it, why did my first extraterrestrial encounter have to be a freaking Dragon of all things."
“How can you read the writing? It is nothing like we have ever...”
The man sunk his teeth in tender flesh of trembling body wrapped protectively in his arms.
The sun was yet to break above the horizon, but the pale freshness of a new dawn brought with it some promise.
Nope" the man held up a hand to cut him off. "I've seen enough weirdness lately, I don't care anymore. After shadow monsters, flaming giants and magic, disappearing boys" he nodded towards the teen "a couple seemingly sentient ferrets are nothing". Oscar snorted, fighting back a smile.
"Don't let them hear you call them that."
Some food at last, Hari felt his spirits rise.
She couldn’t explain it to herself; not knowing what had come over her.
“That’s not possible, Sara, because this is the first time I’ve ever been inside.”