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The Wizard Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
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Cinda Williams Chima
“Ellen drank long and deep from her water bottle and wiped her mouth with her gauntleted arm. "Are you feeling all right, Jack? Your play's flat, all in all. I was hoping to give Seph more of a show."
Jack tested the edge of his blade with his thumb. "Actually, Ellen, I wondered if you were coming down with something. You were downright lethargic. I nearly dozed off once or twice."
"Well, that explains it. You looked like you were asleep."
With that, they threw down their weapons and it dissolved into a wrestling match. In the end they were kissing each other.
It was certainly a different kind of courtship, but there was a chemistry, an understanding, a kinship between Jack and Ellen that Seph envied.”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
“Don't expect much and you won't be disappointed.”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
“Leicester stared fixedly at the image before him, the color bleached from his face by its brilliance. Seph sensed the headmaster's mind questing out, trying to discover and destroy the wizard behind the image, but finding nothing, no trail of magic, no stone, no flesh and blood to focus on.
Jason Haley, the puppeteer, was safely ensconced in the gallery above.”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
“N'exigez pas beaucoup et vous ne serez pas decu. Don't expect much, and you won't be disappointed.”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
“He would find a way to make it work, because he finally understood that sometimes you have to raise your expectations. And sometimes you need to make a claim on the world and the people you love to get what you most desire”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
“It was one of the warm nights at the end of summer that makes promises that won't be kept.”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
“Admit nothing - that was his first rule. Appeal to logic - second rule. Delay the inevitable - third rule.”
Cinda Williams Chima, The Wizard Heir
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