By David Eddings, Leigh Eddings
Bestselling authors David and Leigh Eddings welcome readers again to the time ahead of The Belgariad and The Malloreon sequence. sign up for them as they chronicle that fateful clash among mortally antagonistic Destinies, in a enormous struggle of fellows and kings and Gods.
When the area used to be younger and Gods nonetheless walked between their mortal little ones, a headstrong orphan boy got down to discover the realm. therefore started the extreme adventures that may mould that younger vagabond right into a guy, and the fellow into the finely honed device of Prophecy identified to all of the international as Belgarath the Sorcerer.
Then got here the darkish day whilst the darkish God Torak cut up the realm asunder, and the God Aldur and his disciples all started their enormous hard work to set future aright. most advantageous between their quantity used to be Belgarath. His ceaseless devotion used to be foredoomed to price him that which he held such a lot dear--even as his unswerving provider might expand via echoing centuries of loss, of fight, and of final triumph.
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It was in their eyes. That was, in this hall, great tribute. And even the bandits as they entered the hall watched her with caution in their hot eyes, a touch of ice, a cold wind over them. It was curious: there was more respect in the afterwave of her passing than the nonchalance they showed to her face. A greater killer than any of them, he thought unworthily; they respected her for that. But the Leth, the uyin that gathered at the high tables, watched her through polite smiles, and there was lust there too, no less than in the bandits' eyes, but cold and tempered with fear.
She settled again to waiting, then began instead to pace. She was very like a wild thing caged. She needed something for her hands, and there was nothing left. She went to the barred window and looked out and returned again. 54 Gate of Ivrel She did that by turns for a very long time, sitting a while, pacing a while, driving him to frenzy, in which if he had not been in pain, he might also have risen and paced the room in sheer frustration. Had the woman ever been still, he wondered, or did she ever cease from what drove her?
I probably should have no time for amenities. Care for thyself and gather thy gear and mine. " He bowed acceptance with a heavy heart, knowing of increasing certainty that he could not reason with her. She meant to die. It was cruel to have laid claim to an ilin under that circumstance, but that was the way of his oath. If a man survived his year, he was purged of crimes and disgrace. Heaven would have extracted due penance for his sins. Many did not survive. It was presumed Heaven had exacted punishment.