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Published: 2019-04-30T16:00:00+00:00

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The Gallows Black by Sam Sykes

SEVEN

It didn’t look like a good morning for a killing.

But then, they never do.

 

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Author:Sam Sykes , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Sam Sykes

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Orbit

Published: 2019-04-30T16:00:00+00:00
SEVEN

It didn’t look like a good morning for a killing.

But then, they never do.

Not at first, anyway.

I stepped out onto the street and into last night’s ruin. Dawn crept cold over the rooftops, a curtain rising on the final scene of a long and bloody opera. The bodies lay still in the street—the soldiers who’d died in the explosion, Resolute’s hulking corpse stiffened into a boulder in his rigor, Tatha’s corpse absent, just another trail of ashes and odor of smoke lost on the breeze. The tower stood at its center, steam seeping from its gaping stone wound like blood.

And I started walking.

The houses were shuttered, their windows shattered and their doors barred. No one looked up when I walked past, nor did anyone make a noise as I strode down the street. Whether anyone actually was in the houses or not was irrelevant. After I had done what I’d done, these weren’t anyone’s homes. Not anymore.

I caught the sound of the distant wail, the song of magic. I glanced up. Hovering in the sky overhead, the mages hung as butterflies with violet wings, their robes fluttering as they stared down at me. I stared up at them, eased my cloak back and placed a hand on the black hilt at my side, saying nothing. They quietly turned around, floated away, disappeared behind a house.

And I kept walking.

The town square loomed large before me. The earth was ragged from magical scars. The houses were scorched by severium shells from gunpikes. Blood stained the stones, smeared where people had tried to crawl away or had been dragged by loved ones, still where they hadn’t been that lucky. The gallows lay in pieces around the square, shattered timbers and chains peppering the street like toys left behind by children called to dinner.

There was one more corpse there, though. And he was at my feet.

Linnish’s body lay on the square, empty of life and light. His face wore neither fear nor anger in its rictus mask. Only surprise, astonishment at having tried his best to prevent a war and done everything he could to save his people and still died. His mouth was open, maybe about to ask how he could have done everything right and still ended up like this.

I didn’t have the heart to tell him.

Not like he could have heard me, anyway.

No one but him greeted me as I walked into the middle of the square. The carnage was at stark odds with the silence that fell over me. I had been expecting to be met with flame and frost as spells were hurled. Or maybe with the rattle of gunpikes and the thunder of cannons. Or someone who stayed behind to curse my name, to scream what evil I’d done, to pick up a sword and try to take revenge for what I’d done to their town.

Or maybe I was just hoping for that. For anything to keep my mind off the girl I had left in bed when I crept out this morning.

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