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Author:Liesl Shurtliff [Shurtliff, Liesl]

Language: eng

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ISBN: 978-0-307-97795-3

Publisher: Random House Children’s Books

Published: 2013-04-08T16:00:00+00:00

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CHAPTER TWENTY

Trolls Smell, but They Also SMELL

The trolls and I stood still and silent for a moment, transfixed by the pile of treasures below. The only sound was the soft tinkling of the harp. “What is all that?” I asked. My words broke the spell.

 

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Author:Liesl Shurtliff [Shurtliff, Liesl] , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Liesl Shurtliff [Shurtliff, Liesl]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 978-0-307-97795-3

Publisher: Random House Children’s Books

Published: 2013-04-08T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER TWENTY

Trolls Smell, but They Also SMELL

The trolls and I stood still and silent for a moment, transfixed by the pile of treasures below. The only sound was the soft tinkling of the harp. “What is all that?” I asked. My words broke the spell.

“Nothing!” they all shouted, and a wall of trolls formed in front of the hole, shuffling me back out of the way.

“The harp is playing by itself,” I said, wide-eyed.

“No it isn’t. That’s the wind.”

“The harp is very sensitive to a breeze,” said Bork.

All the trolls nodded and grunted their agreement.

“Oh, stop,” said Mard. “You might as well explain it to him.”

“But … our secret,” said Bork.

“He is the secret,” said Mard. “You can smell it all over him.”

“Smell what on me?” I was getting tired of them saying I smelled. All I could smell was the rancid reek of trolls.

“Magic,” said Mard. “You smell like magic.”

“Magic? You can smell … magic?” I asked.

“It smells sweet,” said Bork, “but also kind of … bitter, like a tart berry. It’s hard to describe, but the smell is unmistakable and it’s all over you.”

“Oh,” I said, furtively trying to sniff myself to see if I could detect sweetness or bitterness or berries.

“So that means all that stuff in that hole is—”

“Yes,” said Bork.

“But you can’t have it,” said Slop. “You can’t even touch it. We’re protecting it.”

“From what?”

“Humans!” said Mard. “Nasty, meddlesome creatures! They always cause mischief no matter what, but with magic, they cause the most mischief of all. Curses, famines, destruction, madness, and death. One of these days, they’re going to turn the whole world into a magical mess.”

All the trolls snorted in agreement. “Humans used to make us find it for them,” continued Mard. “Slaves, we were—or our ancestors were—kept on chains and sniffing like dogs to find magic things for humans.”

“So we started making people believe that we ate humans so they’d leave us alone,” said Bork. “My great-great-great-great-great-grandfather Bork is the troll who is hailed for starting it all.”

“Says you,” said Slop. “For all we know, it was my great-great-great-great-great-great-GREAT-grandmother.”

Bork snorted and continued with his story. “Bork the Brave he was called. One day as he was sniffing for magic, his master commanded him to eat a magic bean to see what it would do.”

“I bet it was poison like those apples,” said Slop.

“Don’t interrupt,” said Bork, and he continued. “Bork wasn’t stupid. Trolls may be able to smell the magic, but we don’t use it and we certainly don’t eat it. Well, I suppose something just snapped in Bork that day. He snatched his own master and said he would eat him instead if the master didn’t set him free. Legend has it that he actually did bite him, and the master was so terrified he let Bork go. Soon other trolls learned of Bork’s successful escape and they did the same, threatening to eat their masters or their wives and children. One troll even bought his freedom by threatening to eat his master’s beloved pet goat.

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