Never-Ending Book Quiz
Story opener from Kalle Päätalo:
The road wound through a seemingly endless wilderness swamp of spruce and stunted pine in the selko. It avoided the highest ridges but occasionally plowed a path through snow a meter deep on rising ground where larger pines grew.
The silence of the selko was oppressive. The man traveling the road could hear nothing but the shrill crunching of his own footsteps and the sporadic crackling sounds caused by frost in the trees. The moon was high, its reddish-gold ring absolutely full tonight. The air shone with a pure, spectral brightness.
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