The Moon's Fire-Eating Daughter: A Sequel to Silverlock

The Moon's Fire-Eating Daughter: A Sequel to Silverlock

by John Myers Myers
     
 

She gave him a look that made him feel warm all over. “How would you like to make a survey of the Road for me? All I need is a clear, objective report based on first-hand observation. All the others I commissioned never lived long enough to give me one.”

“What was the matter with them, except being dead?” the professor asked

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She gave him a look that made him feel warm all over. “How would you like to make a survey of the Road for me? All I need is a clear, objective report based on first-hand observation. All the others I commissioned never lived long enough to give me one.”

“What was the matter with them, except being dead?” the professor asked nervously.

“They got tangled up because they didn’t know how to look at things. I don’t know why I never thought of turning the job over to a scientist before.”

“That’s a mistake voters make, too” he allowed modestly, then loosened his collar. “Er, when do you want me to start?”

“Right away wouldn’t be to soon.”

“Oh! I couldn’t miss my one-thirty class,” he hedged.

“You won’t,” she assured him. “That is unless you get drowned in space, chewed up on land or sea, mobbed, or worse.” She ran a hand reassuringly though his hair.

“Just do, for my sake, be careful, pet.”

Resistance was useless. She was Venus. He was the merest of mortals. Ten minutes later, in spite of all his best efforts, he found himself being borne off through the sky in a chariot drawn by four eagles!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440564550
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
01/04/2012
Series:
Prologue Books
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
378,520
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

John Myers Myers published seven novels including the fantasy cult-classic Silverlock. Born in Northport, New York in 1906, Myers worked for several newspapers, spent time as an advertising writer, and served in the US Army in World War II. His other book-length works include a biography of Doc Holliday and an epic poem of the American Old West. He died in 1988.

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