The Redemption of Erâth: Book Three, Chapter Twenty-Three

Chapter Twenty-Three: The Dotterys   Brandyé and Elỳn did not stop until they had passed the wall of Vira Weitor, crossed the river, and were far into the hills beyond. Only then, with night approaching, did they dismount, allowing their steed rest, while Brandyé tended to Elỳn’s wound. He was surprised to find that, when … Continue reading The Redemption of Erâth: Book Three, Chapter Twenty-Three

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The Redemption of Erâth: Book Three, Chapter Twenty-Two

Chapter Twenty-Two: A Lord's Fall   Elỳn ushered Brandyé and the Hochträe into the inner courtyard, much to the guards’s displeasure, and the door was locked behind them. She led them to a dining hall under the great towers, and hot meat and fresh bread were brought to them swiftly. The Hochträe dug in with … Continue reading The Redemption of Erâth: Book Three, Chapter Twenty-Two

The Redemption of Erâth: Book Three, Chapter Twenty-One

Chapter Twenty-One: A Retracing of Steps   It was bitterly cold when Brandyé awoke. All around him was white, and he could make little sense of what his eyes saw, or his fingers felt. A deep wind was blustering in his face, and he turned so that his back would shelter his front. Snow blew … Continue reading The Redemption of Erâth: Book Three, Chapter Twenty-One