By David Cook
Little did Teldin Moore comprehend there has been existence past Krynn's moons--until a crashed spelljamming send demolished his farm and adjusted his existence. With a death alien's magical cloak and cryptic phrases, Teldin speedy discovers that he's a well-liked fellow with killers and cutthroats.
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Teldin walked over beside his neighbor. "All for the best, Liam," he consoled. " Taking up the hoe, the young farmer hefted it for another try at the weeds that lay thick among the melon hills at his feet. His shoulders, barely rested, ached so that Teldin let out a surprised grunt, and he let the hoe fall. " Teldin stiffly clapped his friend on the shoulder. "No more today, Liam. You should be getting home. " The pair had worked all day and, i even if they were not done, Teldin was content with their progress.
Stop. I'll take it," he assured her. Taking the silver chains, Teldin laid the cloak around his shoulders, though he did not fasten the clasp. The purple gleamed richly in the leaping firelight. "I have it. " The female gave a rattling sigh. "No more questions. " Her hand dropped limply and the light went finally from her eyes. "What? " Teldin blurted, even though he knew it was futile. He had seen enough dead to know it was too late for her. He sat amid the wreckage of his house, the dead female in his arms, and felt indignant, used, and mystified.
You can stay and hoe if you want, but I've got a fine cheese and a fat skin of wine cooling in the stream. " he yelled. " Teldin grinned at his neighbor's determination, trying to get in a few more moments of work by the last rays of the setting sun. Old Liam lived for nothing but farming, but Teldin preferred a balance of work and relaxation. Still, the offer was enough for the old farmer. With a higgledy step, scrawny Liam picked his way through the melon hills to the house. He followed Teldin across the yard, all the while chiding in mock irritation, to where the stream ran close by the house.
Beyond the Moons (Spelljammer: The Cloakmaster Cycle, Book 1) by David Cook