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Author:Maxx Whittaker [Whittaker, Maxx]

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Published: 2018-11-14T00:00:00+00:00

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Temple of Cocidius – Book 4 by Maxx Whittaker

-The Valley of Yraleth-

“Tell me what we’re doing,” I say, trying to keep pace with Theriss.

She greets this with a lift of her chin. “I don’t need your help.”

 

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Temple of Cocidius – Book 4 by Maxx Whittaker

Author:Maxx Whittaker [Whittaker, Maxx] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Maxx Whittaker [Whittaker, Maxx]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Saving Throw Ink

Published: 2018-11-14T00:00:00+00:00
-The Valley of Yraleth-

“Tell me what we’re doing,” I say, trying to keep pace with Theriss.

She greets this with a lift of her chin. “I don’t need your help.”

“I don’t remember saying you did. But I’m offering, if you want it.”

Her body ripples, a movement of hesitation. “Come if you want but stay beside me and stay quiet.”

“Really throwing up the obstacles, huh?”

“Obnoxious,” she hisses, setting off again.

We pass over rolling hills, once dunes now green and capped with sand like melting snow. Wind wicks it away in warm breaths dampened by the river.

“Maeve buried your lands like this?” I ask. Really, I’m dying to know about Theriss, and I don’t think she’ll answer more personal questions.

“Not exactly. Her temple sucked life from my world like a parasite. And this sand?” She flicks it with the point of her tail. “The glazed bones of countless dead. Millions, ground against the cliffs, and beneath her will.”

“Halkor said she settled on his world for a time. What made her choose here?”

“Maeve settled here; her temple allowed her to move between other worlds. I don’t know what it is about Lysperia; our shamans think twin suns and our place in the heavens made it possible for her to create the juncture. I don’t know if that’s true. I only know we’ve spent a thousand years hiding in the warrens and being hunted by unghul. Enslaved.”

“I can’t believe you survived that long underground.”

“We didn’t. Our young must be laid, tended, and hatched in the sun. It became fatal for lamia to fall pregnant. Or heartbreaking, if she chose not to risk the above-ground. We’re long-lived; that’s all that’s saved us.”

We move down into a valley, a chain of small pools stretching out to the horizon like blue pearls. I hardly see it, trying to grasp the protracted horror of knowing your people are dead a thousand years before the end. “Your survivors are going to be fucking overjoyed when you tell them you’ve defeated Maeve and broken her curse.”

“I wasn’t cursed by Maeve; I was cursed by our shamans and driven out by my den.” She sniffs, and her chin raises in a familiar gesture, stubborn pride. “I did what was right; I refused to consider submitting to Maeve’s rule. Sabotaging my people’s efforts at spineless diplomacy…” She spits the word. “I have no regrets.”

She has some regrets. I can feel them. But I know what she means.

“How did you come to be here?” Theriss asks. We’ve reached a rise of small hills where sand and scrub make the going slow; I’m impressed by the deftness of her body, an easy side-sway with so much power.

“The short version of a very long story is, I entered a cursed temple to win its artifacts and castrate a handful of men before I feed them their bollocks.”

Theriss grins, forked tongue licking the point of one incisor in a hypnotizing motion. “And these artifacts are creatures like me?”

“Well…all female. But varied.”

“All female?”

“Uh huh.”

“And they just…fight alongside you?”

“They do.

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