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By Guy Gavriel Kay

The writer of The Fionavar Tapestry trilogy-hailed through Andre Norton as "one of the very best...since Tolkien"-returns with a severely acclaimed myth of 2 ceaselessly adversarial kingdoms: one governed by way of males, the opposite by means of ladies.

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I decided it was fine for me to do this as long as I didn’t take the mantel right away. I would just take the bed and not touch the mantel for a while. Gradu­ ally, it would become mine. That important issue resolved, I put on my headphones and turned my attention to unpacking boxes. One contained the sheets, pillows, blankets, and towels I’d had shipped over from home. It was strange to have these mundane house things show up here, in this building in the middle of London. After mak­ ing up my bed, I tackled the suitcases, filling my wardrobe and the drawers.

Everything was a bit of a competition. Who studied more. Who was better at sport. ” Aside from being the kind of person who used “whom” cor­ rectly while gossiping, Jazza was also the kind of person who seemed pained about speaking badly about another person. She squeezed up her fists a few times, as if gossip required physical pressure to leave her body. “When we first arrived, I was seeing Andrew for a while,” Jazza said. “Charlotte had no interest in him until I did. But she could never let something like that go.

I slowly sipped my tea. It hurt my throat at first, but then the heat felt good. I reached over and got my computer and pulled up some pictures of my own. First, I showed her Cousin Diane, because I had just been talking about the angels. I had a very good picture of her standing in her living room, surrounded by figurines. �� “You weren’t lying,” Jazza said, leaning on the bed and look­ ing closely. ” “I don’t lie,” I said. I flicked next to a picture of Uncle Bick. “I can see the resemblance,” Jazza said.

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