By Terry Brooks
Horror stalked the 4 Lands because the Ildatch, historical resource of evil, despatched its ghastly Mord Wraiths to damage Mankind. merely Druid Allanon held the magic strength of wishsong which could make vegetation bloom immediately or flip timber from eco-friendly to autumn gold. yet she, too, used to be in mortal threat, and Ildatch waited for Brin to fall into his trap....
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She cried. " Nada sat up in bed, wrinkling her nose. "I know; I smell it too. " "Of course! " Nada concentrated. " Ivy reminded her. " "Yes. So—" Ivy caught on. "So we'll just have to go and fetch it! " "Exactly. Except—" "I know. Except that Com-Pewter isn't going to let us have it without a fight, and he fights dirty. " "Maybe Electra—" "That's right! " Electra appeared in the doorway. " she asked sleepily. She was a freckled child whose hair was a bit frizzy; her eyes were the color of wonder, and there were smile lines around her button nose.
She was coat hanger thin. "If you were any thinner, you'd look like a boy," he said. She laughed nervously. "Oh, you're just saying that! I'm so fat, I hate it! " As it turned out, this was no innocent ploy. Anorexia truly believed she was fat, and continually dieted to make herself thinner. It was awkward eating with her, because she barely pecked at her food, leaving most of it on the plate though she looked as if she were starving. He tried to reassure her, but she simply would not believe she was thin enough.
For one thing, she seemed quite unfamiliar with this city, or indeed, this country, perhaps even this world. He had to show her how the stove worked and even how to open a can of peas. " she exclaimed, watching the electric can opener. For it seemed that she believed in magic. She claimed to be from a magic land called Xanth, spelled with an X, where she was a princess and pies grew on trees. So did shoes and pillows. Monsters roamed the jungles, and she even had a pet dragon called Stanley Steamer.