Nienna

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Date registered: November 21, 2014

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  1. The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 4: Dysphoria — March 23, 2017
  2. The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 3: A Visitor — March 12, 2017
  3. The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 2: Intervention — February 24, 2017
  4. The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 1: Torment — February 10, 2017
  5. The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Prologue — January 27, 2017

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Mar 23

The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 4: Dysphoria

9 My door flung wide open as Dee and Quint burst into my room, ready to save me from whatever trouble they imagined waited inside. However, all they found was me leaning against my now-righted chair as I rubbed my sore neck and Danae sitting on the floor, holstering her pistol. As the ship captain …

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Mar 12

The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 3: A Visitor

A sharp rapping came at my door at about midday and I looked up, glaring from where I sat slumped in my chair. Purposefully ignoring the knocks, I picked up my iron poker instead and pushed the dying embers around in the fireplace, kicking up a few small flames. I reached for a small piece …

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Feb 24

The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 2: Intervention

I jerked awake from a deep and restful slumber to the gentle sound of a crackling fire. My sleep had once again been plagued by the same recurring nightmare that I had been battling for years. I found myself walking through the fields in Queensdale to the stream that flowed along the southern edge of …

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Feb 10

The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Chapter 1: Torment

A cold, late autumn breeze blew in from the bay and whistled in through my partially open window. My skin prickled, but I made no move to cover myself up with my bedding that I had tossed aside in the middle of the night. Every inch of me felt like dead weight and I had …

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Jan 27

The Eternal Blade Saga Book 2, Prologue

The god of death could do nothing but watch her suffer. As the sun set behind the hills, casting Lion’s Arch in warm tones of red and orange, a hollow sigh emanated from Grenth’s elongated, pale, boney visage as he quietly observed his warden. Empty eyes peered out from under a dark hood as he …

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