The Wind Warrior: Chapter One

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The digital  novel, The Wind Warrior, continues the story from the novella, “The Day The City Shook.”  With new chapters published weekly, it continues the tale of the improbable Thirteenth Dragonhorse, Ardenai.

The Wind Warrior: Chapter Two

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Chapter Two They walked side by side, one in emerald green, one in imperial purple, their robes brushing the condensation from the grass as they passed, deep in conversation.  A rumble grew more discernible on the early morning air, then the sound of war bells on flying hoofs, and to their left, skirting the forest, came two squads of crack Equi Horse Guard at full gallop.  In pairs they cleared the fence and disappeared into the trees, leaving the walkers alone. “Ah’riodin sssits well thiss beautiful morning, yess?” Pythos said, flicking his long tongue with pleasure. “Io always sits well,” Ardenai replied absently, peeling the blade of grass he’d picked up along the way.  “Her abilities are above reproach.” “In many thingss,” the serpent physician nodded.  “How well sshe getss on with her life desspite the death of her hussband, yess?” “Ah, the first jab of the day,” Ardenai said,...

The Wind Warrior: Chapter Three

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“You have always belonged, belong now, and always will belong to another woman. I accept that. I am willing to be your friend, and your consort, and leave Ah’ree’s memory as your wife alone. No surprises, especially not in being … assigned a mate you do not wish to have. One who may be very demanding, and not so understanding as I will be. I care for you, you care for me, and we have that to build on, if only in friendship.”

The Wind Warrior: Chapter Four

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“It iss I,” the snake hissed quietly. “I am thy father.”

The Wind Warrior: Chapter Five

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“I would have you bear a son for the Great House,” he said. “My son,” and she began to cry.

The Wind Warrior: Chapter Six

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“As you wissh,” the serpent responded. “It’ss not exactly a dark ssecret. We did not come to the Equi. We dessigned the Equi. They have alwayss been ourss, and we are devoted to them.”

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