By John DeChancie
Think existence in an mockingly magical international the place 144,000 doorways separate fiction from truth. a spot that may hypnotize even the main grounded philosophy significant and carry a fantastical rhyme to his cause. a spot the place a top blood brother resembles a shaggy carpet, and adventures surpass a boy's dreams…welcome to citadel Perilous.
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I've been waiting a long time for this. " "I . . I . . " The light was growing even brighter, and warmer, more enticing. I stepped around her and raced forward. As her voice faded, I was practically blinded by the beauty of the light. But suddenly a man seemed to emerge from the white glare. In the distance, it looked like my father. Was it possible? Could it really be my father? He spoke to me: "Look, I'm glad you're here. " It wasn't my father. It was my former boss, George Hicker. For twenty-six years, until he finally dropped dead in his tracks, he was the slave driver who had made me do his job day and night six days a week and then took all the credit for my work.
Could it really be my father? He spoke to me: "Look, I'm glad you're here. " It wasn't my father. It was my former boss, George Hicker. For twenty-six years, until he finally dropped dead in his tracks, he was the slave driver who had made me do his job day and night six days a week and then took all the credit for my work. As he tried to put his arm around my shoulders, he said, "I've just got a little problem here and you're just the person who can solve it. I'll just take a little while, maybe not even a millennium.