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Category Archives: The Blackfeather Chronicles
Kara sat in the dirtiest, darkest tavern in the village of Alarna, surrounded by unhappy thieves. “This is not good,” Negal said, laying a nearly empty purse down on the table they shared. “These strangers are not good men.” “Good … Continue reading
Jon heard Kara’s voice echo down the passageway as dust settled around them. A rock had fallen and rolled not far from Tam’s feet. Jon shivered and looked at the others. “She’s alive.” Djaren smiled. “That’s good.” Ellea was still … Continue reading
“I said we need you to move, Jon,” Tam was saying, standing beside Jon. Jon obeyed uncertainly, still staring at the mark on his hand. Tam and Djaren pulled as hard as they could on the lid of the coffin. … Continue reading
“I’m confused,” Tam said, staring about him. Jon gripped his brother’s hand in his unmarked one and stared at the mess around them. Hellin Blackfeather leapt down into the corridor, where Doctor Blackfeather caught her with practiced ease and set … Continue reading
Kara stayed for dinner and resisted the temptation to pocket any more of the interesting trinkets that passed before her. She refrained from commenting that the food was too bland, and she didn’t stare at the scar-faced man’s scars or … Continue reading
Kara gripped the ladder rungs and clambered swiftly up to her favorite place atop the moving train. There was a breathless instant as she moved from the steel rungs to the smooth roof surface, and a windy scramble for a … Continue reading
Anna Darvin dipped her brush into a pool of cadmium red, dabbed a few roses onto some loosely set up bushes, and frowned, looking up to compare her painting against the view of the Archeological Society gardens. There was a … Continue reading
Ellea knew more about her father’s odd talents than he guessed. She knew about his wings, of course, and the old sword he had taken with him, and that he had gone looking not for history, but for one artifact … Continue reading
The library of the International Archeological Society was a large and imposing marble edifice attached to several other buildings very like it that housed artifacts and curiosities. It opened onto a street featuring theaters, art museums and galleries, and the … Continue reading