For the rest, it was interesting as usual. I never would have imagined that a story about psychologists and psychology could interest me s ...more
Side note: I think this dungeon must be low on funding, because it's woefully understocked - all they've got are whips and ra ...more
The common room was filled with dozens of Seekers and guards, all trying to avoid looking at the man in the back of the room.
Weldon Chapman, pausing at the doorway to check that the face-cloth of his hood was properly closed, surveyed the scene. The ploys that the men in the room were using to disguise their interest were various: a cup of beer held before the face, an absorbed study of a chessboard, and of course, in the case of the Seekers, the device they used with their prisoners – they simplyExcerpt:The ...more
"I thought my father could do no wrong," the junior Seeker had told Weldon. "And then, for a while, I thought the High Seeker could do no wrong. If Layle had not possessed the courage and generosity to reveal his frailties to me, my slavish devotion to him would have become just as dangerous as my slavish devotion to my father. Layle saved me from that."
Elsdon Taylor's arrival in the Eternal Dungeon was like a stone falling into water, sending out ripples in all directions. First, the High Seeker, ...more
A resident of Maryland, Mx. Peterson lives with an apprentice and several thousand books.