Differences in The Wandering Inn 4.03 K
“What about Churchhill?”
- and what had started it all,
the Great War and its consequences.
- Flos listened silently,
- But he shifted when they told him about what had happened to the Jews.
And then they talked of the worst of it,
- the concentration camps,
- “There are ways.
If you world has no magic,
- these weapons are fearsome,
- But there is little trade,
and the crop harvest have been bad again this year.
- Few cities or villages are doing well.
“If the issue is that my King,
- why not declare war?
- and perhaps the issue of this city.
Orthenon would you see to provisions for lunch and perhaps dinner?”
- “Don’t fuss,
- Come if you are coming.
- everything was happening the way the King intended it.
And part of the puzzle fell into place when Orthenon came racing back to the head of the considerably longer line of people,
- looking fit to kill someone.
- Now Trey,
we’ve been marching for around four hours by my count.
- Think about that and understand why Orthenon is so upset.”
“You mean we’ve already gone over forty kilometers by now?”
“I don’t know what a kilometer is,
but we’ve travelled over thirty miles by now.”
- He began to grow very worried,
but Flos’ face and posture was as relaxed as could be.
- it was no good.
The current situation was far to distracting.
- The people on the walls watched,
probably terrified out of their minds as thousands of voices shouted Flos’ names.
- Already Trey could see people,
- He had stormed the city and taken it without a single life lost.
He had marched up to the gates and brought down the walls with a single word