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The Gathering Storm False Memory

Why are you telling me this? he said, his voice flat and low.

Look at the wall on your left.Huh? As I examined the grimy wall, at first I saw nothing but…wall. But as I examined it more closely I noticed a slight ridge, which led me to discover that it was actually a hidden door.

Infinite (Newsoul #3)

We did, and it led us through to another tunnel, the ground and ceiling filled with stalagmites and stalactites. The note kept leading us onward through the gloom, through another door, until we reached a stone staircase leading downward.Where is this woman taking us?At the bottom of the staircase was another entrance, only this was locked with a bolt. I instinctively moved to open it, as I’d done the previous two, but then River grasped my arm and held me back. She pointed at the note:

Smokeless Fire (Fire Spirits #1)

Don’t open it yet, impatient child!Annoyed, I waited for the note to change.

Ask Aisha for a sword.

Aisha handed me one of her blades.Aisha and I sat together, chatting quietly and trying to keep our thoughts on brighter things than the obstacles ahead of us. She told me more about her childhood and her history with Horatio, which soon transformed into a monologue of endless circular arguments about why she might, or might not, end up dating him.

I mean, I like him but… do I really like him? She posed the question with a profound expression, as though she were pondering the meaning of life.Uh… I’m pretty sure that you do.

Vampires Are Forever (Argeneau #8)

What would you know? She shoved me in the shoulder again, after which I shut up and let her sink back into her logic-forsaken rambling. Heaven forbid I suggest something, like, conclusive…I was glad when River woke up an hour or so later. The conversation became a bit more stimulating.

We’d just started speculating again about the oracle’s true intention for this bizarre quest she was leading me on when Aisha abruptly raised a hand and shushed us with such urgency, spit flew from her mouth.Her eyes were frozen on a spot in the desert and the next thing I knew, she’d extinguished the fire, plunging us all into darkness.

There, Aisha mouthed, pointing.I strained to see through the night. Finally I spotted it. A hulking stick-like figure in the distance, standing motionless in the sand. It was only a silhouette in the moonlight, but I could make out two long legs which seemed to curve into feet, and long, thin arms that extended to flat… webbed hands? Its head was perhaps the creepiest thing about it. It was thrice the size it should have been in comparison to the rest of its body, and it was almost perfectly circular. What has a head that round and that big? Something told me it wasn’t a creature I’d recognize from Earth.

It moved suddenly—shockingly fast—and in a very unsettling way. It hopped almost like a kangaroo, only adding to its eerie appearance.What is that? I demanded beneath my breath.

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