Chapter Sixty-Seven: Feisty Forest Foray

< To Chapter Sixty-Six "Where did this sudden moral backbone come from anyway?" Tim and Meg were travelling North, up to the woods near the border of Athene and Eurota, to the East of the central mountain. They had been arguing on and off for a good while, with Meg becoming increasingly annoyed every time … Continue reading Chapter Sixty-Seven: Feisty Forest Foray

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Chapter Sixty-Six: Friction

< To Chapter Sixty-Five Silence reigned in the library, scraped away only by the sound of shuffling paper and the scratching of a quill. Meg was working, collating her notes into a more comprehensive read. Tim was quietly reading a simple novel that was popular amongst the educated rich of the cities. Due to its … Continue reading Chapter Sixty-Six: Friction

Chapter Sixty-Four: The Case Of The Village That Vanished

< To Chapter Sixty-Three "It's...been...a...while...but...you...might...re-mem-ber...me." "Can you do that in your head?" "No." Tim and Meg were back at the library, Meg in her usual seat at her work table, with Tim joining her, doing his own work for a change. As a part of his desire to learn how to read, Meg had instructed … Continue reading Chapter Sixty-Four: The Case Of The Village That Vanished

Chapter Fifty-Nine: Doolittle? I’ll Have You Know She Works Very Hard

< To Chapter Fifty-Eight Days pass, then weeks, then months. The tension that Tim had originally felt regarding the potential alien creature roaming the land ebbed away, and these days he could usually be found lounging around the library. Meg continued on with her work. Occasionally she would find herself in the company of a … Continue reading Chapter Fifty-Nine: Doolittle? I’ll Have You Know She Works Very Hard

Chapter Fifty-Eight: Talking!

< To Chapter Fifty-Seven Meg sat at her desk on the top floor of the library, several books open before her. Cross-referencing between the different tomes, she wrote down notes onto a blank page, expanding her knowledge of different uses of magic and compounding her own experience to form new theories. Occasionally, she would glance … Continue reading Chapter Fifty-Eight: Talking!