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Published: 2014-01-27T16:00:00+00:00

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Siege Perilous (The Mongoliad Cycle Book 5) by deBirmingham E.D

The very night of Raphael’s injury, Peire-Roger had sent an urgent plea to one of the Credent barons still in residence, and within three days a constructor of siege-machines, Bertran de Bacalaira of Capdenac, had arrived from Castèlnòu d’Arri, having broken through the French lines at night. A sturdily built, self-important man, he’d immediately turned the courtyard into chaos. He instructed a number of the wooden buildings be disassembled, both to provide lumber to build a trebuchet for Montségur itself, and to allow room for it to maneuver.

Ocyrhoe did not like him: clearly he considered himself, prematurely, the hero of Montségur, for having answered the summons for help. A Credent himself, he had grandly announced he wanted no monetary reward, just the satisfaction of helping his beloved Good Ones. Within an hour, however, it had seemed to Ocyrhoe that he wanted in payment was obsequious gratitude. He wanted to be omnipotent within the fortress walls. That would not, she was certain, sit well with Peire-Roger—nor even with the blacksmith, who had immediately gotten into a furious argument with Bacalaira about saving the smithy, at least, from disassembly. She herself wondered about the wisdom of a trebuchet; once Ferenc explained to her how it worked, she asked him the most obvious question, which did not seem to have occurred to Bacalaira: where would their ammunition come from? They had no means to mine the mountain. They had nothing to use as a counterweight. It seemed an implausible undertaking. Almost as implausible as what the French were doing.

 

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Author:deBirmingham, E.D. [deBirmingham, E.D.]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

Publisher: 47North

Published: 2014-01-27T16:00:00+00:00
The very night of Raphael’s injury, Peire-Roger had sent an urgent plea to one of the Credent barons still in residence, and within three days a constructor of siege-machines, Bertran de Bacalaira of Capdenac, had arrived from Castèlnòu d’Arri, having broken through the French lines at night. A sturdily built, self-important man, he’d immediately turned the courtyard into chaos. He instructed a number of the wooden buildings be disassembled, both to provide lumber to build a trebuchet for Montségur itself, and to allow room for it to maneuver.

Ocyrhoe did not like him: clearly he considered himself, prematurely, the hero of Montségur, for having answered the summons for help. A Credent himself, he had grandly announced he wanted no monetary reward, just the satisfaction of helping his beloved Good Ones. Within an hour, however, it had seemed to Ocyrhoe that he wanted in payment was obsequious gratitude. He wanted to be omnipotent within the fortress walls. That would not, she was certain, sit well with Peire-Roger—nor even with the blacksmith, who had immediately gotten into a furious argument with Bacalaira about saving the smithy, at least, from disassembly. She herself wondered about the wisdom of a trebuchet; once Ferenc explained to her how it worked, she asked him the most obvious question, which did not seem to have occurred to Bacalaira: where would their ammunition come from? They had no means to mine the mountain. They had nothing to use as a counterweight. It seemed an implausible undertaking. Almost as implausible as what the French were doing.

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