Below is an excerpt from the first chapter of “On the Training and Use of Power Among the Races.” The section on inheritance definitely contains the most science jargon and the largest number of diagrams.
Hu-Hov: “I’m not leaving out Traveling this time!”
Hened: “I see that, and I see you put yourself in there, too. But when it comes to historical significance, why didn’t you include 404 and—”
Hu-Hov: “It’s a new word I learned.”
Flee to the center post. . . . You will find shelter there. . . . Flee. . . .
Hu-Hure clung to those soundless words as she ran on all fours, her mate at her heels. The trees ahead made vague silhouettes, obscured as though by a swirling winter fog. Yet no daytime fog ever grew so black, while instead of a gentle drizzle or sifting snow, this cloud bank carried with it a rainfall of ash, live embers, and burning twigs, all flung ahead of the blaze rampaging behind them.[Read more…] about Wildfire
When they came to Tilnon’s door to arrest him that cold, pale spring morning, his strongest reaction was one of relief. Of course the expected fear gripped him as well, but that concerned his family and how they would fare without him. For himself, he felt relief. It would be too horribly wrong, nearly as dreadful as all that had passed that hideous winter, if no reckoning ever occurred. Now the waiting and wondering would come to an end.[Read more…] about The Trial of Tilnon