The Wishing Map 102

Money, knowledge, allies: all are useful on a quest. But if you can only choose one, choose allies.

Mitch Teemley

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The Wishing Map

Chapter Twenty-One: “Hey-fah for the Sea!”

Previously: Gina was given a sword with which to smite her “true enemy.”

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As they stepped onto the main road leading into Kellansend, Gina looked up at the paint splatter of evening stars and said, “I wonder if everything’s OK at home.”

“We’ve been in bed for forty-five minutes.”

“What?”

“If we were home, I mean. It would have been like forty-five minutes ago that we said good night to Momandad.”

“Holy…” When Gina gestured, she felt the harness pull with the movement. She’d gotten used to it surprisingly quickly, which was fortunate because it couldn’t be removed. She knew because she’d tried—fourteen times. Each time she’d slipped the leather suspenders off her shoulders and reached to undo the front buckle the suspenders had simply slid…

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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