Has something you value, perhaps even your life, ever been threatened by a misunderstanding you couldn’t correct? (P.S. This is one of my favorite Wishing Map episodes.)
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The Wishing Map
Chapter Eleven: …and Found (Continued)
Previously: The vengeful pixie princess Feyrdú trapped Gina in a cave and revealed her intention to kill her!
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“Rest assured. It will be an honorable death,” the tiny but demented creature assured Gina. I will torture you and marvel at the way you laugh in the face of pain. Then the minstrels will set your tale to music and—”
“Torture? Feyrdú, you don’t have to do this! You really don’t!”
“I do. The only way Prince Jenblevó will ever forget you is if you are dead.”
“But he’s totally not my type! And totally not my height!”
“That does not matter to my Lord Blevy. In his eyes—and in mine—he is taller than an irontree…” Feyrdú’s voice trailed off, lost in the depths of the dripping cavern. “We…
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