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Then he beckoned to her again vehemently, at once asking and demanding that she go with him. 'No,' she repeated. 'I can't. I don't know what you want. ' That was evidently the wrong thing to say. At once, Havelock became the furious old man who had thrown his checkers at the ceiling and stormed around the King's chamber. 'the Adept raged, so angry that he was barely able to keep his voice down. His face turned an apoplectic red. And yet he did keep his voice down: he retained that much selfawareness.
For a second, his whole face expressed nothing but astonishment and dismay. Then a look of cunning came into his eyes. She seemed to feel danger pouncing towards her. But it was imprecise: she didn't know how to react. So she stood where she was, helpless as a post, while he raised his glass and shone it directly into her face. It was as bright as the sun; it made her throw up her hands and reel backward to protect her eyes. She stumbled against the bed, nearly lost her balance. But before she could either fall or jump aside, Havelock clamped one bony hand around her wrist and jerked her towards the wardrobe.
Near the entryway was a rumpled bed, with several blankets tossed haphazardly over the stained, grey sheets, and no pillow. The light came from oil lamps around the walls and the pillar. Their glow showed clearly the two features of the room which most caught Terisa's attention. Off to one side was a small table with two chairs and a checker board. All were at least as richly made as the ones King Joyse used. But there weren't any pieces on the board. And the walls were lined with doors like the one through which Havelock had just entered the room.