Le dernier troyen, Tome 5 : Au-delà du Styx by Valérie Mangin, Thierry Démarez

By Valérie Mangin, Thierry Démarez

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Curse it! suddenly he did not know anything. Then a chill crackled through his body. While he had been standing still, thinking about his reaction to the argument, she had slipped off among the city streets alone-alone in a city she had nearly been killed in the night before. He rushed to the end of the alley. Vacant walls and shuffling strangers met his gaze. searching at random would be foolish. He had no idea where to look, and she did not want to be found, at least not by him. Hoping she was disguised as well as she believed, he plunged back into the fairgrounds, aiming for Fielding's tent.

Then I'll walk with you. " she raised her eyes, seemed to accept the statement as a promise, and didn't argue as he fell into step beside her. The smell of fish faded as they moved up a quiet side street. Horizon's hooves clicked along the narrow stone surface and an uneasy silence descended. robert struggled with how to begin. "you were correct earlier about me not being entirely honest," he said. she snorted, picked up her pace, and pulled away, a move he had seen from her once too often. " Frustration cut through his voice.

Robert said. "Well, if it isn't Her majesty in the flesh, or rather in disguise," drew boomed, referring to the white cap, baggy shirt, and worn trousers adorning her body. robert stared at her as if in shock. No doubt he was. but his shock paled in comparison to hers. she had tried to convince herself that his lie about Chris was not important; but now she saw it for what it really was, a small slip in an attempt to hide a larger truth that the accident had been no accident. Her instincts were correct.

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