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By Gael Baudino

Natil, the final survivor of the traditional Elven race, trips throughout time to the 20 th century to discover a brand new breed of Elves, people who had unlocked the trail to magic and immortality, yet their new international is threatened with perils that now not even Elven magic could defeat.

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And it was true. And it was wonderful. ” “Do you think…” Ash spoke almost timidly. ” Hadden did not speak for a long time. The rain fell, rustling. The forest seemed frozen, held in stasis, its breath caught… waiting. “I fear so,” he said at last. Beautiful… and terrible. They lay together until morning, until the rain stopped, and then they put on their clothes and went out to watch the sunrise. Normally, Natil took the bus to work, hiking two miles over the rolling mountains to the park-and-ride station, arriving at Kingsley just in time to greet her crew as they showed up at eight o’clock.

Lost in the fullness of the passage that had turned abruptly from hollow to flow, Natil allowed herself to become a clear channel for what came from within her, the music that—as she herself was rooted in the workings of the universe, as she herself had knowledge of the earth and of the life that made it and nurtured it—could not but express as perfectly as material existence allowed all those workings, all that knowledge, all that life, all that nurture. Yielding to herself and to her memory of what she had once been, she felt something change.

But she’s been so good to us all, so determined to be…” He chuckled again, felt the softness of elven emotion, relished it. You’re not a man anymore, Wheat had said long ago. And it was true. And it was wonderful. ” “Do you think…” Ash spoke almost timidly. ” Hadden did not speak for a long time. The rain fell, rustling. The forest seemed frozen, held in stasis, its breath caught… waiting. “I fear so,” he said at last. Beautiful… and terrible. They lay together until morning, until the rain stopped, and then they put on their clothes and went out to watch the sunrise.

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