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By Ann Maxwell

ISBN-10: 0380446448

ISBN-13: 9780380446445

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I’ll brew something for her. ” He looked after the retreating Kaffi and felt more addled than Syza. Sister! Sacred Xantha’s Hand. Was Kaffi always so impulsive with her trust? Then he sighed at his own churlishness; Kaffi was a psi whether trained or not. She would be accustomed to making quick, accurate judgments. Or mainly accurate. More accurate, surely, that the average, psi-blind person could even hope for. Or even .... With an effort Lhar gathered his random thoughts. ” Silence. ” When Syza neither answered nor moved, Lhar reached into her mind.

And don’t dismiss the faithful waiters too quickly. ” “Yes,” said Lhar softly. “We had our faithful, too. ” Lhar stood without seeing her, apparently immersed in his own thoughts and memories. He felt T’Mero’s mind leap to full alert. If anything would rupture the contact, it would be Lhar’s casual disclosure of another “world” waiting. Tal-Lith was supposed to be the only heaven; all else was hell. Syza’s amusement lightened Lhar’s thoughts. *Nevin nearly fell off his taman when you mentioned the new world.

Syza is like them in some ways. Before she came to this khaner,” Lhar hesitated, choosing his mental and verbal innuendos carefully, “she discovered that all people cannot be trusted. ” Lhar glanced at Kaffi; her face showed only interest, but he could feel her awareness weighing the possibilities in his words. “All of us,” he said, “eventually learn to be selective about those we trust. Or we die. Syza was unlucky. She was even more perceptive than you, Kaffi, and far more naive. When the crisis came she was too young.

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