Baron turned and bolted north and east along the river, and he ran headlong into the dense forest of Borderwood. Once he was within the trees—oak, maple, pine, spruce, cedar, birch, elm, sequoia, ash, walnut, butternut, and many other species—his senses were assailed by the forest; the soft shade of sunlight filtered through leaves and needles, the sweet aroma of the different types of wood; the muffled gurgle of the river. He stopped to gain his bearings, nocked an arrow to his bow and, slowly and stealthily, began walking through the forest. Baron moved deliberately and with total caution—his tilted crimson eyes scanning and darting back and forth for anything out of place; his pointed ears listening intently for even the slightest sound that did not belong; his nose searching for any scent that was not right; but he sensed naught of danger. It was still there, though. That much he knew.
With the silence and stealth of a wraith, he flitted to and fro among the trees. A slight scraping sound from above and to his right, a sound that was barely audible to Raelokh ears and inaudible to all other ears—which he recognized at once as the sound of a boot ribbing against the bark of a sycamore tree—told Baron that an archer was taking aim at him. With the speed of lightning he spun around and loosed his arrow at the source of the sound. Thunnn! Hss-thudh! His arrow hit the archer in the chest and the foe fell from the tree and landed with a thumph on the forest floor. Baron heard a rustle of leaves from above and directly behind him, and he knew that a foe had just leapt from a maple tree to bring a sword down and through his skull. With such swiftness as could only be see by the eyes of Elves, Raelokhs, and Morlen, Baron shouldered his bow and spun around, drawing his sword as he did, to meet the enemy...
I already have the first book and part of the second book written down in notebooks. I am simply working on transerring it to microsoft word... And with school, work, and mascotting, I dont have too much time in between so be patient because trust me it will pay off...
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