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10

“D’Ye See Anythin’, Halfer?”

Someone planted a toe in the middle of Wick’s back, kicking the little Librarian hard enough to get his attention but not hard enough to injure him. Still, the unaccustomed violence—at least, it was unaccustomed in the Vault of All Known Knowledge—filled Wick with fear and he threw his free arm over his head to protect it. His other arm had gone numb from pillowing his face from the hard rock and now flopped rather uselessly.

 

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Boneslicer by Mel Odom

Author:Mel Odom , Date: July 4, 2019

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Author:Mel Odom

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
10

“D’Ye See Anythin’, Halfer?”

Someone planted a toe in the middle of Wick’s back, kicking the little Librarian hard enough to get his attention but not hard enough to injure him. Still, the unaccustomed violence—at least, it was unaccustomed in the Vault of All Known Knowledge—filled Wick with fear and he threw his free arm over his head to protect it. His other arm had gone numb from pillowing his face from the hard rock and now flopped rather uselessly.

“Wake up, halfer,” a dwarf muttered. “Got no time fer beauty sleep. An’ it ain’t gonna help ye none anyway.”

Dwarves, Wick grimaced, relaxing a little. Groggily, he pushed himself into a sitting position, not wanting to get kicked again because he suspected it would only get harder after the first effort. Dwarves weren’t ones to lollygag around. They were always ready to do something.

To the east, the sun was barely peeking above the horizon. Gulls cried low in the sky overhead, evidently hoping for some left-behind morsel. Gesa the Fair looked like an empty silver ring in the western sky.

Bulokk gathered the dwarves quickly, breaking them into two groups. One was responsible for repairing the longboat and the other was supposed to fish for breakfast. Adranis and Wick were assigned to gather coal.

In short order, three of the dwarves waded out into the water with fishing lines and Bulokk led the five remaining ones to the longboat, which they immediately dragged completely onto shore and flipped over so they could start working on the holes made by the arrows the night before.

Adranis crossed over to Wick and kicked his feet. “C’mon then, halfer. That coal ain’t gonna find itself.”

Reluctantly, Wick got up and went.

* * *

Finding coal wasn’t a simple affair, Wick discovered. Although all the upheavals caused by volcanoes in the past had revealed much of the bedrock and mineral underpinnings of the land comprising the islands and the sea floor, coal wasn’t readily found. Cooling lava formed most of the islands, but here and there throughout most of them, chunks of the ocean floor had been shoved up as well.

Wick trudged in Adranis’s wake along through the hills and valleys of the island. He’d seen coal before, of course. A few communities outside Greydawn Moors used coal as a primary source of fuel. Most of them preferred to use wood logs, but if they couldn’t get that, they burned coal.

Only a little while later, Adranis called a halt and dropped down into a shallow crevasse.

Alert to the danger around them, Wick found himself interested nonetheless. More than anything, though, his fingers itched to be at his journal. There was so much he needed to record. For a while last night, he’d been able to sneak his journal out and make a few quick notes, just to make certain he didn’t forget anything when he had a proper chance to catch up with his thoughts and experiences.

Adranis ran his hand across the jagged faces of the crevasse. An uneven black stripe showed on both sides.

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