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How odd the scene would appear, she thought, to someone like Ben Franklin, his electricity gone from the sizzle of a lightning spark to the plodding shudder of a couple of Questmaster Treadwells.
She dived for the ground, an arrow’s feathers skimming past one shoulder as she twisted through the air, the sizzle of its electric charge raising the hairs on her scalp.
At one and the same moment in time, Jake heard the dull crunch of breaking bone and the sizzle of plased flesh.
Even from the distance, she could distinguish the distinctive sounds coming from the group of special tents-hear it over the laughing and singing, the crackle of fires, the sizzle of meat in skillets, the scraping rasp of whetstones on metal, the ring of hammers on steel, and the rhythm of saws.