Monthly Archives: February 2013

A Farfooting Wolfman

As we have seen in Feast Fables, Kerrid most wants to be a farfooting wolfman although, a girl, she can never do this alone. But now she has met her kinsman Paddlo and he has asked her to go farfooting with … Continue reading

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A Plague of Toads

Neve was cold when she woke, the sun gone from the window. She pushed to a sit, shaky but able. She was about to clamber out of the tub when . . . no. These waterlogged clothes would leave a … Continue reading

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To See The Boundless Sea

In the last chapter of Feast Fables, The Most Powerful Magician, we learned that Kerrid’s most deep desire is to be a farfooting wolfman, to journey the wide lands and, above all, to see the Boundless Sea. But she also wants desperately to … Continue reading

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The Unslayable

The dragon’s tail lashed towards him, force of ten horses, speed of a snake. Guy leaped out of range. His reactions were faster; this time he succeeded. It wasn’t a real dragon. And it wasn’t big. A third of the … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t Mean That

We all know the word automobile, though it mayn’t be the one we now use. But have you looked, really looked, at that word? Auto-mobile. Self-moving. Really? And I thought that was only in the futuristic worlds of the sci-fi writer. … Continue reading

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Her Deepest Desire

In Feast Fables Chapter 7, Bargli called Kerrid out. What were these tricks of hers? How was she able? She must be a doizan, the illicit child of a Divine Son. Though she denied it, he insisted. But he promised … Continue reading

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At Dragon’s Mere

The call of the birds formed a symphony discordant with that of the sea. For that was where the angels had brought him – to the mouth of the Bewer. But where was the sea? Beyond that bank of glistening … Continue reading

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