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  • In fact, the entire town, except for the stables and a few other buildings, was all located high above ground in vallenwood trees.

    Stalling

  • What was unusual was that the inn was built in the mighty branches of a vallenwood tree, a graceful, fastgrowing giant that seemed to thrive around Solace.

    Stalling

  • Waving good-bye to the preening Otik and scowling Tika, Tas followed Gisella down the bridgewalk that spiraled around the trunk of the inn's supporting vallenwood tree.

    Stalling

  • Huge vallenwood limbs were driven into the sides of the mountain on either side of the gorge.

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  • Now I leaped down from the vallenwood, rolled a bit in the dust so I would look somewhat the worse for wear, bit my lipnot hard, but hard enough to draw convenient bloodthen scrambled to my feet.

    Virginity

  • The smell of a swampbut the smell of a deeper decay beneath all that moss and mud and vallenwood and cedarthe smell when dead flesh, left exposed to the air and the moisture and the unseasonably warm autumn days, begins to rot.

    Virginity

  • I thought of the Sign of the Horse as I toppled backwards and saw the trunk of the vallenwood.

    Virginity

  • Bayard pointed to a spot not far ahead of us, where a bare-branched, dying vallenwood drooped heavily on the gray and rain-soaked plains.

    Virginity

  • I watched him, waited for him to turn for the weapon so I, in turn, could turn for the vallenwood.

    Virginity

  • Or worse, had he simply backed away and given me over to them while I lay in a faint underneath the vallenwood?

    Virginity

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