By Terry Brooks
While a half-drowned elf is located floating within the seas of the Blue Divide, an outdated secret resurfaces. Thirty years in the past, an elven prince led an excursion looking for a mythical magic acknowledged to be extra robust than any on the planet. Of all those that set out on that ill-fated voyage, now not one has ever lower back. Until now. The rescued elf consists of a map coated with mysterious symbols–and Walker Boh, the final of the Druids, has the ability to decipher them. yet another person is aware the map’s importance: the Ilse Witch, a ruthless younger girl who wields a magic as powerful as his personal. she is going to cease at not anything to own the map–and the magic it leads to.
Thus starts off the 1st quantity of a stunning new adventure
in essentially the most well known delusion sequence of our time
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If i am going with you, I’ll get my probability to find this, won’t I? ” The Druid stared at him with no answering. “Thought so. ” Quentin studied his boot a second, then glanced at Bek. “A actual experience, cousin. anything more difficult than boar looking. What do you're thinking that? ” For a second, Bek didn’t reply. He didn’t be aware of what he thought of any of it. Quentin was once extra trusting, extra prepared to just accept what he was once informed, rather while what it provided used to be what he used to be looking. For a number of years he had requested for permission to affix the Free-born and struggle opposed to the Federation, yet his father had forbidden it. Quentin’s duties have been to his kinfolk and his domestic. because the oldest son, he was once anticipated to assist within the elevating and coaching of his more youthful siblings and of Bek. Quentin desired to commute the full of the 4 Lands, to work out what else used to be in the market. to this point, he had no longer been allowed to head a lot farther than the borders of the Highlands. Now, without warning, he was once being provided an opportunity to event what have been denied him for thus lengthy. Bek used to be excited, too. yet he used to be no longer so prepared as his cousin to leap into the journey with either toes. “Bek is perhaps brooding about why I’m asking him to come back, as well,” Walker acknowledged without warning, his gaze mounted once again at the boy. Bek nodded. “I bet i'm. ” “I’ll inform you then. ” The Druid hunched ahead once again. “I want you for a wholly assorted cause than Hunter or Quentin. It has to do with who you're and the way you're thinking that. you've gotten displayed a hearty dose of skepticism approximately what you're listening to. That’s sturdy. you want to. you're keen on to imagine issues via conscientiously prior to giving credence to them. you're keen on to degree and stability. For what I require of you, such an angle is vital. i want a cabin boy in this trip, Bek, somebody who might be wherever and in all places with no questions being requested, a person whose presence is taken without any consideration, yet who hears and sees every thing. i want a person to maintain stay up for me, an individual to enquire whilst it truly is known as for and to document again on issues i'd have overlooked. i want an additional pair of arms and eyes. A boy such as you has the intelligence and instincts to grasp whilst and the way to place these fingers and eyes to paintings. ” Bek frowned. “You’ve in basic terms simply met me; how will you be so yes of all this? ” The Druid pursed his lips reprovingly. “It is my enterprise to understand, Bek. Do you think that I’m incorrect approximately you? ” “You can be. What while you are? ” The Druid’s smile used to be gradual and simple. “Why don’t we discover out? ” He regarded away. “One extra thing,” he stated, talking to them all now. “When we commence this voyage, we will achieve this with yes expectancies in regards to the personality of these selected to head. through the years, these expectancies will switch. situations and occasions will contact we all in methods we won't foresee. Our corporation will quantity on the subject of 40. i need to think that each one may persevere and suffer; they won't. a few will turn out out, yet a few will fail us after we have want of them so much. it truly is within the nature of items. The Ilse Witch will proceed to aim to forestall us from leaving and, whilst that fails, to avoid us from attaining our aim.