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  • Sotharith only knew that he had to climb down to this riverbank as often as he could, to walk the woods and sandbars below the green canopy and hear the birds at first light.


  • He stood with Arshur the king and faced the birds without magic.

    Burning Tower

  • Eventually the birds relighted, draping themselves in their customary black sentry positions above the graveyard, sage and somber; he could stay, they seemed to agree, as long as he remained quietly bleeding, waiting as life leaked easily away.

    Some Fun

  • If the birds are…well, migrating…some of my wagonmasters are thinking of opening new routes further north.

    Burning Tower

  • “Yes, we were resting the horses, while Maydreo led the birds around the circle.”

    Burning Tower

  • Two of the birds charged into the spearpoints, impaled themselves.

    Burning Tower

  • The road was none too straight, and the birds were getting closer, and the mares were terrified—

    Burning Tower

  • “I was making scarecrones to keep the birds out of my garden.”

    Moon Dance

  • A 78 or 79 might be out of the questionId have to par my way in to shoot thatbut Id paid my 60 euro $84, and the birds and cicadas were singing and buzzing in the trees, and it wouldnt do to spoil the day because of a little thing like three consecutive double bogeys.

    The Italian Summer

  • Lisa heard Bloodbath yank on the cord, and the birds stopped singing and the pigs stopped oinking.

    Bubble in the Bathtub


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