Air Apparent (Xanth, Book 31) by Piers Anthony

By Piers Anthony

While the great Magician Humfrey's son Hugo without warning vanishes, his disappearance units in movement a sequence of madcap misadventures that ship a set of colourful characters on a deadly pair of parallel quests. between them are Debra, a good looking younger woman beset by means of an obnoxious curse; Hugo's liked spouse Wira, whose sightlessness is balanced by way of a expertise for sensitivity, chuffed and Fray, a couple of sprightly storm-spirits; Nimbus, the Demon Xanth's personal son; and the mysterious outlaw referred to as the Random Factor.
As they go back and forth via many of the magical realm's so much extraordinary locales, those unwitting adventurers become aware of they're key gamers in a grand drama whose origins achieve again to the origins of time itself.
 Filled with excitement and pleasure, ribaldry and romance, Air obvious is a wonderful new delusion saga from the energetic mind's eye of grasp storyteller Piers Anthony.

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Thulmann smiled as he saw the sign of the Seven Candles inn at the end of the street. “My rooms are here,” he told Silja. ” Silja enquired. “Perhaps not skill, but certainly experience,” Thulmann said. “We have faced these monsters together. I can trust him to stand his ground. Not everyone has the courage to confront the undead, much less go searching in cemeteries for their hiding places. ” He paused to consider his words. ” “You make him sound very gallant,” Silja observed. Thulmann paused again, casting an appraising eye over Silja Markoff’s figure.

Sibbechai’s burning eyes seared into the necromancer’s brain, driving foreign thoughts into his mind. “Invite me across,” Sibbechai repeated. For a moment, Carandini’s body trembled, struggling to resist the command that thundered inside his skull. Slowly, the Tilean’s lips parted. Against his will, words began to wheeze from his mouth. He tried to force them back down, but they were spoken before they could be stopped. ” Like a weary moth, Carandini crumpled to the floor, hands clutching at his throbbing head.

The cut in his side was deeper. Streng knew that if he didn’t stem the blood seeping through his armour, it would not be long before he had no strength to lift his own blade. ” Black Coat was sneering, parrying Streng’s retort with an insulting degree of ease. ” Streng growled at his antagonist, his sword managing to slip past his enemy’s guard and scrape along his forearm. Black Coat gasped in pain, flinching and transferring his blade to his uninjured hand. Streng grunted with satisfaction. Black Coat might be skilled, but he was no veteran duellist.

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