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  • Made of age-darkened stone, built perhaps three centuries previously, it was more visible than usual on this clear night because of the faint light glowing through its dozens of narrow, slitted windows.

    Shameless

  • The smallest was of age-darkened ivory, no bigger than a chestnut, the creature turned back on itself and with features picked out by a knife-blade like the point of a needle.

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice

  • At the end of the chamber away from Kharl were two daises, one behind the other, each holding a podium desk of age-darkened deep brownish gold oak.

    Ordermaster

  • She settled herself at Sarah's old, age-darkened kitchen table, her brazier in front of her, a Salamander already lying coiled in the coals without needing to be summoned.

    Phoenix And Ashes

  • A gazebo, made of age-darkened, crudely cut native stone like the hotel itself, set in the direct center of an ivy-choked lawn, around which looped a wide driveway.

    Death Blow

  • Within, the hotel was a hollow box, balconies lining its interior; the roof, many floors above, was of an age-darkened glass that let only a few shafts of light through.

    The Final Reflection

  • He gestured toward the age-darkened double doors of the dining hail.

    Darksong Rising

  • The figure of a stout, bearded man with a jolly smile, holding a book; two feet tall, it appeared to be age-darkened bronze and took both of her hands to move.

    The Path of Daggers

  • There were two slender books, bound in age-darkened leather.

    The White Order

  • The other was a seated woman in age-darkened ivory, her legs folded in front of her, her exposed knees bare, but with hair so long and luxuriant she could not have been more muffled in the heaviest cloak.

    The Path of Daggers

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