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I sent just such a response to a fan in Liverpool. He knew better and wrote back immediately. 'No he's not! ' It was a real shock - as if he knew something I didn't. I showed the letter to one of my test readers. Her amused response was 'Hey, maybe he's right. You don't know everything, Dave. ' From that moment I started wondering about Shannow. Could there have been some miracle on the mountain? At around the same time I received a number of reviews for Wolf In Shadow. Some were very good, some were indifferent, but one was downright vile.
He moved back into the main house, stepping over the body of the Achean sailor who had brought him the Stone. Ball had not even possessed the sixty silver pieces the man had requested, but he still owned a knife with a sharp blade. The sound of crashing timber caused him to spin and run back towards the garden. He arrived to see the gate on its hinges and three dark-armoured Daggers moving towards him, their reptilian eyes gleaming in the moonlight, their scaled skin glistening. 'What... ' asked Bali, trembling.
I saw a man in golden armour. He came to me and sat beside me. He gave me a message for you; he said you must seek the Sword of God. ' 'Nothing. ' 'No. ' 'The Great One will make it plain to me,' said Nu as he reached out to embrace the smaller man. ' Bali silently opened the gate and peered out into the shadows. 'It is clear,' he whispered. ' Nu embraced him once more, then stepped into the shadows and was gone. Bali re-bolted the gate and returned to his room, where he sank into his chair and tried to repress his regrets.