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No matter,” the Spylord dismissed it. ” Des was a bit surprised at that, but accepted it without question. “Good job, then,” Clevwrith praised. The throb of his voice was something she felt deprived of the more she heard his rare utterances, and she cherished every word he said. That voice had taught her everything she knew 50 Spychild – everything of value, anyway. Secretly, she sometimes worried about her master, the man who had been like a brother to her. Why was he so silent, beyond the reason of being accustomed to having no one to talk to?
Despiris strode to a place where the balcony’s black rail had broken off, slipping through the jagged gap that the shattered space created. Out onto the rafters, trying to avoid the groan of old wood, she joined her master. 39 Spychild Clevwrith hardly acknowledged her presence as she settled beside him, close enough to accidentally brush her shoulder against his. “You’re late,” he murmured very quietly. ” “I just forgot to come,” she lied, and grinned slightly as he glanced at her. He knew better, of course – knew how much she wanted this.
His craft had become too easy for him. What terrible mistakes had his father made? And his father before that? Clevwrith couldn’t understand it, only knew that the others that were caught had simply been careless somewhere amidst their matchless vigilance. He remembered a time when he was very young, when a swarm of spies came and went through Madon’s Keep. He hadn’t noticed when one would go out and not come back – not until only a handful remained. What a dark time. When his own father didn’t return, and Clevwrith was the only one left, destiny seemed to dare him to 47 Spychild survive on his own and succeed where no one else had, avoiding the same shameful path the rest of them had taken.
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