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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2013

    True revenge---chapter8---Secrets

    I ran through the hallway. "Moon!" I look behind me and almost drop my books. "Oak!" I say nervously. Oak races to catch up. "The competition is in a couple of days. Im the one going into the one on one fight." He scanned my face as if to see my reaction. "So am I." I say. Oak drops his books. "What!?" I look down, hiding my small smile. "They cant let you do that!" I look back up. "Why not?" Oak looks flustered. "Er, oh! Look, theres the class room!" He changes the topic and runs off to the room. I follow and enter. The teacher, Dove, looks up. "Moon! You were called up for a meeting." I gulp and set down my books. "What for?" Dove shrugs. "Thats all i know." I nod and step out of the room, feeling all the eyes on me. I walked down the empty halls. Aaron was waiting for me halfway to the office. "What was the lights about?" I ask before he can say anything. "It was a test." He replies simply and says nothing else. We walk in silence the rest of the way. We reach the office and Lion is waiting for us. "Hello Moon." He says. I dip my head respectively. "Please sit." He gestures to a chair. I take it. "I suppoe you are wondering about the lights. In paticular why the shattered. Im going to be straight with you." He looks at me seriously. "You're a trilight." I look at him disbelievingly. "Trilight? You mean a mythical magic creature. Right." He nods. "Exactly. A trilight. A creature of light, dark, and magic. We are lucky you are one in which light is dominant over dark." I nod, not really believing him. "Magic however was most dominant. You dont believe me though. Let me prove it." He pulls out a triangualar mirror. "Only trilights can have reflections in this mirror." He hold in in front of himself. No reflection. Than in front of me. I could see my self clearly as well a purple outline around me. "That means magic doesnt it?" I ask, though still not believing so it isnt having much effect. He nods. I turn to him. "If we are sharing truths, tell me one more." He nods again. "What really happened to my parents?" Lion blinked, unprepared for this question.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    Whrers the next chapter?

    I wanna read it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    Write the next chaper

    I love them

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  • Posted February 13, 2013

    Enjoyable enough fiction about a summer a wandering youth spent

    Enjoyable enough fiction about a summer a wandering youth spent learning how to be a bard. Well thought out story and has a lot of excellent historic references that were fun. I found it a little boring and was annoyed with the way each chapter ended. All in all this was not a bad way to spend an afternoon in the sun.

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

    Quick read, enticing adventures

    In Storyteller we hear about young Gwernin's start as a story teller and how he moved into apprenticing as a bard. He tells his tales with a bif of a flare, fitting for a storyteller, and he is a very likeable character. The descriptions of some characters seem repetative, but on the whole this book was an excellent read. I did think that beyond Gwernin, and maybe two or three other characters, everyone else was very flat. I found myself forgetting who characters were because they had little or no development. His tag line, "But that, O my children, is a story for another day" appears at the end of every chapter, and gets to be a bit annoying by the end of the book, because he's hinted at all these other great adventures that the reader is told nothing about. However, I will definitely be reading the other books in the trilogy and I can't wait to hear about the rest of his adventures!

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