By William Robert Stanek
Input an international of titans and dragons, males and elves. Xith, final of the Watchers, returns after an extended seek, bringing with him one of many coveted Orbs of strength. whilst Delinna Alder touches the orb, she's going to be remodeled ceaselessly and are available to grasp the deadly rate of her prize. As Delinna and Xith are swept right into a risky internet of magic, treachery, and betrayal, their offerings carry the lives of many and their global within the stability. ranking: youngsters, thirteen and up purely. a few mature material.
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Someone asks. We want blood, Robert Capa, soldiers falling back dramatically, arms splayed. The closest we get is puffs of smoke in the distance where people and buildings used to be and a camel blown to smithereens by a mine. “We want to stay for the bombing,” I tell Daoud. ” “If you stay after dark,” he warns, “some of my troops will rob you. ” There’s something tantalizing about this possibility. For one thing, I’d have something to write about. For another, it might jump-start emotions and bowels locked solid by days of fending off stooped old ladies in burqas pulling at my clothes in Central Asia’s ultimate form of aggressive panhandling.
Tanks and trucks and Japanese rental cars with Dubai plates zoom west across the desert, dodging donkeys, potholes, piles of wheat drying on the asphalt—and every now and then, a group of refugees from Kunduz. The drama is purely theoretical; in practice the sight of teenage girls in brightly colored dresses, toting ridiculously tiny bags containing everything they own, becomes instantaneously mundane. Likewise the front itself, which has become such a local institution that it now has its own parking attendants for visiting journos.
And after that, all hell breaks loose when a Taliban commander drives down the road to surrender himself, a pile of guns, and a Ford Expedition. There’s a scramble for the keys to the SUV booty; 25 Northern Alliance soldiers are wounded and one is killed in the ensuing fracas. But the visceral thrill that normally pairs up with such brushes with death is oddly absent. In just 24 hours, the place where I was standing a few minutes earlier is pulverized by mortar shells, and the town I’m living in is 29 First half of book 9/2/09 11:12 AM Page 30 To Afghanistan And Back Journalist convoy becomes bogged down, rural Takhar Province.
A Daughter of Kings: Battle for Ruin Mist by William Robert Stanek