80AD - The Sudarshana (Book 4)
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With a cry of warning Jade spun, swinging her quarterstaff in a defensive arc. The tip connected solidly with exposed canine ribs.
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The wolf yelped, twisted in midair to snap at the staff then landed and backed away with a snarl. Another wolf rushed, snapping at her heels. She jabbed backwards, catching it across the sensitive nose. It yipped and retreated. Snarling and biting at each other the dogs closed ranks, keeping apace with the humans as they ran.
Jade reached within herself, searching for reserves of magic she could use against them to buy some time. There were none. She had exhausted herself escaping from the Romans and helping the druids at Stonehenge.
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It was a miracle she even stayed on her feet. Almost there! Move over. Brynn shouldered the Roman, completely failing to shift him. The boy-thief crouched down, peering closely at the door. Jade tried to watch all the wolves at once as they slowly closed in on their intended victims. Together, she and Marcus faced the hungry canines with nothing more than a staff and a sword between them.
Jade handed Truda her knife and shoved her behind. Jade stood shoulder to shoulder with Marcus and faced the animals with frozen fingers and a racing heart. Was this it? Would they all die here in the freezing snow, torn to pieces by wild animals? Behind the main pack a single, huge male wolf sat back on its haunches and watched. There was something intelligent, almost regal, about its bearing. In a jet black pelt its eyes were a startling clear, pale grey.
It turned them on her. Its jaw dropped, pink tongue lolling out and, just for a second, she had the strangest feeling it laughed at her. The wind picked up, wailing like a banshee through the treetops. It flung snow in their faces, blinding and cold. The temperature dropped. Jade blinked away the snowflakes and the sense of connection with the black wolf dissipated. Growling, a closer animal launched itself. She brought her staff around, cracking it across the muzzle.
With a yip of pain, it landed awkwardly and scampered backward. Three more crept in, heads down, muscular shoulders rippling as they looked for a way past the weapons. Marcus jabbed at one, wounding it on the shoulder; it paused then kept coming. The leather is frozen solid. A huge, silvery animal slunk forward, lips pulled back in a tooth-bearing snarl. It dragged her, trying to separate the smallest, weakest member from the rest of the group.
She screamed. Marcus swore. A single blow severed its spine. The black wolf howled, raising its muzzle to the night. Truda burst into tears. He shoved the stiff door open and yanked Truda to her feet. Moments later, Jade and Marcus followed, slamming the door shut and leaning against it. For several long moments the four simply stood, shaking in the darkness.
At last the sickening sounds stopped. The wolfpack moved noiselessly off into the worsening storm. She heard someone fumbling in their clothing. Brynn struck a small flame with his flint and tinder. It illuminated the space for long enough to reveal a central hearth, already laid with tinder and wood. There were no. This action might not be possible to undo.
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Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List. Summary Book 2 of the 80AD series sees Jade, Phoenix and their companions flung into the frozen wastes of northern Europe. Read on the Scribd mobile app Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Sometimes, however, a little hope can be almost as painful as none at all. What have you done?
Anger snapped through his voice, lashing at his prisoner. A small part of him fought back. He had felt their success. A wolf howled: distant; mournful; eerie. Definitely not England. So, if she was on Level Two, where were Phoenix and the others? He moaned again. She needed help. Where were the others? Oh, my head! A voice behind made her turn. Show me, Marcus ordered. She led them to their fallen friend. Marcus felt his pulse for a long moment.
Shoving him aside she dropped to the cold ground. No, she whispered again. Yanking the arrows out, she put her fingertips to the wounds. There was no bleeding. Marcus was right. His heart had stopped. Pump; pump; pump. A warm hand covered hers. Numbly, she shook her head. It will be alright, Marcus said at last, stroking her hair. He groaned. He must weigh three hundred libra! Faster, Marcus, Jade urged. Which way? A bit to your left, she said. About another twenty or so paces. Marcus staggered to the door of the hut and pushed at it with a foot. It was locked. Marcus stepped aside, lowering Phoenix to the cold ground.
Watch over Phoenix and protect Brynn. The wolfpack sidled nearer. Any time now, Brynn! Jade whacked another toothy muzzle. Got it!