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Was her angry ghost still up there? Nari saw him shiver and hugged him close again. This time he let her. " he whispered. Iya nodded sadly. "The Lightbearer spoke to me through the Oracle at Afra. " "That's right. And now Skala needs a queen again, one of the true blood to heal and defend the land. " Nari hugged him and kissed the top of his head. " The thought of her complicity stung him. Wiggling free, he scooted back against the bolsters on the far side of the bed and pulled his legs—long, sharp-shinned boy legs—up under his shirt.
Taking out one of the owl feathers, he twirled it between his fingers, wondering what prayer was proper. He hadn't thought to ask. Laying it on the coals, he whispered, "Lightbearer, help me! " The feather smoldered for a second, sending up a thread of acrid smoke, then caught fire and disappeared in a flash of green flame. A sudden shiver seized Tobin, leaving his knees a little shaky. This was a more dramatic answer than Sakor had ever sent. More scared than reassured, Tobin dumped the coals back into the hearth and hurried upstairs.
Tharin pressed the back of his hand to Ki's cheek and frowned. " "Hungry," Ki mumbled peevishly. " Tharin straightened up. " "I'm sorry," Ki rasped as soon as Tharin was gone. " "It's all right. " Tobin sat on the edge of the bed and took Ki's hand again. " Ki's eyes went vague. "I—I don't know. I don't remember . " For one awful moment Tobin thought Ki had seen him with Lhel and Arkoniel, after all, and guessed his secret. He'd have blurted out the truth if Ki hadn't spoken first. "I wouldn't have laughed, you know.
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