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"Why so serious?"
Girls of the Unknown (20)Chapter 20 : TreeGirls of the Unknown (20) by Kahlan-Lilith
“May I speak with you a moment?” Auntie Whispers asked the Woodsman before leading him outside, leaving the girls around the table inside her house.
“I wanted to ask her something”… Beatrice muttered.
After noticing the curious looks from the other two, she added : “I mean, she knows stuff, right?”
“It’s about the other world”, Clover guessed.
“I was… like a ghost there. And I found a grave with my family’s names on it. I think we just might… be all long dead.”
“Then how come people can die in the Unknown?” the Woodsman’s daughter asked. “I mean, if everyone’s already dead…”
“…You’re really calm about it”, Beatrice observed.
“We all know something’s not right about this world and how we all ended up here. If death is what brought us here, it would explain a few things, I guess.”
Girls of the Unknown (19)Chapter 19 : After the FightGirls of the Unknown (19) by Kahlan-Lilith
Three days later, the Woodsman was still looking after the wounded wolf. It had unsuccessfully tried to stand up a few times and started eating again, but full recovery would be slow.
“Here, take this, it’ll help you”, the man told the wolf as he fed it some meat from the kitchen.
He stood up when he heard someone climb the ladder to join him.
“Hello, Father”, Clover greeted him. “I got something for our patient! Whispers said it’ll help him recover faster.”
The old man handed his daughter the wolf’s water bowl for her to pour the potion into. He then set it back down.
Father and daughter sat next to each other on the chairs that had been placed up there just for them.
“I heard what you said the other day… you know, about not having to fear your own family’s rejection?”
The Woodsman remained silent.
“I just… wanted to say thank you”, Clover continued.
Girls of the Unknown (18)Chapter 18 : The WolfGirls of the Unknown (18) by Kahlan-Lilith
They finally found the evil spirit in a wolf body.
It looked just like a regular wolf, but Clover knew better and the others trusted her perceptions.
She slowly pulled her axe from her bag and the animal growled ; Beatrice produced the bell from her pocket and the monster pounced on her, making her fall on her back and the bell fly out of her hand. Both Clover and father her rushed to Beatrice’s help immediately, pushing the creature away.
It now looked more like a demon right out of the pits of hell than a wolf.
It got back up on its legs, its eyes glowing bright and its teeth so big they could no longer fit in its mouth. It leapt again, and this time it looked like it was flying.
“Don’t you dare hurt my daughter-in-law!” the Woodsman shouted as he grabbed the monster by its hind legs and threw it against a nearby tree.
Lorna spotted the bell on the ground and ran to pick it up while the evil spirit was distracted.
It felt so strang
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