The Wishing Map 103

Courage is the greatest of all weapons, but it’s also invisible. You don’t know whether you have it until you’re called to use it.

Mitch Teemley

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The Wishing Map

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

Previously: Gina and Zack confessed that they’d come to Ismara in search of the lost Revealer, first of the Thirteen Objects.

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“We came from another world, which, I know, sounds totally bogus, but—” Zack began.

“’Lest they fall into erroneous hands,’” Shelcor recited, “the Thirteen Objects were ‘ta’en to another world until the Time of an End and a New Beginning, when they would finally return by the hands a’ strangers.’”

“So…you believe us, then?” Gina asked.

“Yer fell from the sky,” said Maerith.

“And though yer spake Kellish,” Shelcor added, “we knew yer were not of Sur Kellan, nor even Gar Kellan. Yer didn’t even know that spiffwits cannot fly.”

In a revelatory gush, the Dore siblings told Maerith and Shelcor all about the…

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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One Response to The Wishing Map 103

  1. I will need to set The Wishing Map aside, as my Spring Break reading. It’s true, though, about courage.

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