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Author:A.A. Albright [Albright, A.A.]

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Published: 2018-06-26T05:00:00+00:00

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14. Chaos

It didn’t take long for the casino’s patrons to scatter. No doubt some of them had coins they were eager to use. Pru and I were pushed out along with the masses, but when we arrived at Greg’s Wizardly Wagon, I didn’t get in the van. Instead I stood still, staring at the house. The air was shimmering brightly, even more powerfully than earlier that day.

‘They’re still here,’ I said. ‘I can feel it. Shouldn’t one of the witches try and force them out of invisibility or something?’

 

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Author:A.A. Albright [Albright, A.A.] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:A.A. Albright [Albright, A.A.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2018-06-26T05:00:00+00:00
14. Chaos

It didn’t take long for the casino’s patrons to scatter. No doubt some of them had coins they were eager to use. Pru and I were pushed out along with the masses, but when we arrived at Greg’s Wizardly Wagon, I didn’t get in the van. Instead I stood still, staring at the house. The air was shimmering brightly, even more powerfully than earlier that day.

‘They’re still here,’ I said. ‘I can feel it. Shouldn’t one of the witches try and force them out of invisibility or something?’

‘They should,’ said Pru. ‘But no one is behaving normally.’ She nodded towards a group of wizards standing around a shiny new car and screaming at one another. As we watched, one of them extended a wand and set the car on fire. ‘I haven’t seen anything this bad for years.’

I stared at her. ‘You’ve seen something like this before?’

Pru slumped against the side of the van. ‘More than once. There’s always a reason behind any kind of chaos or rioting. Someone messing with the fabric of things. Usually for a very bad reason.’

Greg poked his head out through the door. ‘The thing you have to understand is that supernaturals are just as lazy as humans,’ he said. ‘Most people just want to get on with their own lives. Sure, there are some sociopaths in the world, but the majority don’t want to argue. They might crib and moan about their neighbour having a better car than them. But to burn that car?’ He looked troubled. ‘Pru is right. The reactions people are having are not normal. This is the kind of madness that has someone else pulling the strings.’

While they discussed possibilities amongst themselves, and talked of revolutions and riots, reigns and falls, I kept my eyes on the house. A soft spot, Fuzz and Greg had called the area. A place with magic that could be utilized on certain days. But it couldn’t be travelled through, not unless the people using it were sióga. And seeing as Greg and Fuzz were so sure that this wasn’t the way faeries went about things, then maybe … maybe the people behind this scheme were still here?

They could still be in there, unseen, using the veil or whatever it was called to hide themselves. They were probably enjoying a drink in there, laughing their evil heads off at the chaos they were causing while they waited for us to leave.

I changed my gaze, not forcing it, trying to make it as soft as the veil supposedly was. As I did so, the air in front of me solidified.

I stood to attention, staring at the house before me. It was lit up once again, and I could see people inside – ten of them, sitting and standing around. I gasped. Just like I’d imagined, they were all having a drink and laughing their evil heads off. Although those evil heads looked just the same as when they’d been croupiers and waiters.

I might not know all that much about the sióga, but I knew instinctively that these people weren’t them.

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