Blade's Singing End

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic

Cold is a gentle death. It lures you into a pleasant sleep before stealing away your life with a frosted kiss. Until the arrival of two knights, sent from the king himself, Rhynne believes this to be an inevitable fate. Suddenly summoned to fight in a war that seems impossible to win, Rhynne finds that life is about to take a very sharp and dangerous turn. Can a mountain farmer even make a difference?

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Blade's Singing End

Cold is a gentle death. It lures you into a pleasant sleep before stealing away your life with a frosted kiss. Until the arrival of two knights, sent from the king himself, Rhynne believes this to be an inevitable fate. Suddenly summoned to fight in a far that little is known about, Rhynne suddenly finds that life is about to take a very sharp and dangerous turn. Can a mountain farmer even make a difference? Read Chapter

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Sometimes my father would show something akin to gratitude for my hard work. On the days that I fell to the ground in the purest exhausti... Read Chapter

I had no memories of a home away from the mountain, though sometimes I would wake in the morning with the impression I had dreamt of some... Read Chapter

With nothing but white sky and earth to look at every passing day I grew very fond of the soft glow of the mister as it lit up at my beck... Read Chapter

There had never been such a thing as vanity in my life. The word itself I had not learned the meaning of until the age of fifteen. To val... Read Chapter

The Reaper visited often, a common companion of mine throughout my life on the mountain. The cold would creep into my bones, its deadly e... Read Chapter

For all of the years I have lived gold and riches have meant little to me. What coins I held in my purse I worked hard to earn, serving m... Read Chapter

Years ago, I sat on my bed of heaped straw and wondered what it was all for. As silent and invisible as a ghost I watched the adults pass... Read Chapter

Our mission was to save the kingdom. I laugh at our naivety when I think about how much hope we had of winning.  That girl, she ... Read Chapter

The Unseen are said by some to be a punishment sent from the Other, the realm from which all life comes, to remind us of our sins. Others... Read Chapter

Life away from the mountain introduced me to a thousand wonders, each new dawn brightening the sky with it the cool kiss of discovery. I ... Read Chapter

Murky waters can hide more than mud and quicksand, and secrets long buried have a terrible habit of finding their way back up from the de... Read Chapter

Bravery is a special sort of insanity. It is to throw yourself into the open, dripping maw of death and poke its tongue on the faith th... Read Chapter