Monthly Archives: March 2017

Chapter 59

From Peshast, Baron Bayard Sala leads Haziel’s dwindling party west through a maze of footpaths that winds through the hills that border the Wall of God. With the baron goes hyz commoner servant Aliwe, and from time to time Bayard … Continue reading

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Chapter 58

Somewhere between the place where Lilith had paused and the front door of the lighthouse Haziel has slipped away. Lilith is quite alone when she knocks on the door of what had been her girlhood home. A strange, severe-looking woman … Continue reading

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Chapter 57

In late spring of 1946 Robyn gives birth to her daughter Ariel Shybear. Because sha is still essentially a fugitive, it has to be a home delivery. A hospital was just right out of the question. The entire Boda, including … Continue reading

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Chapter 56

Haziel stumbles west with the defeated forces of House Antero, Bellon and a regiment of Fallen Angels for days before sha shakes off har own self-pity over the loss of har precious Khondiel and realizes there are injured people around … Continue reading

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Chapter 55

Lilith Gervasi is an English Jew and an eighteen-year-old survivor of the Holocaust. She does not sleep nights anymore, not even now, a full year after the War.  Instead she stays wide awake, watching the coast with her war surplus … Continue reading

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Chapter 53

For a number of days Lord Kirodiel completely bypasses the hard target of Rumbek. Hyz army destroys the villages of Teal and Olivus, then fans out through all the surrounding hills. By the end of the third day the city … Continue reading

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Chapter 52

The eleven remaining disciples of Yeshua hide in the place where they shared the first Banquet of God with hem. The door is locked because they are afraid of the Jews and the Romans. Miriam of Magdalen comes to the … Continue reading

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