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She felt much less impressive, a cold echo of the world she had stepped into.
“If my glamour failed in the middle of the pilgrimage, we’d be imprisoned before you could say abra kadabra.”
His sister shriveled everything around her into a silent death.
The younger girl rested one hand on her hips. “We have to move—” The words choked in her throat. “I need to know he’s safe.”Jupiter had forgotten about Scott.
Zelda wished she had known the truth from the beginning—that they weren’t normal, and never would be—before he made a liar out of her.
“Did you think he lied to everyone?” Nerissa whispered in her niece’s ear. “You’re the last to know. Even that Key boy knew before you did—and he’s such a hopeless skeptic.”
“If you could just decide not to be cursed, they wouldn’t really be effective, would they?”
“You can trust me for a little bit longer, Grey. We’ve got to stop your friend from doing something very stupid.”“What’s she going to do?”Cai opened a door in the wall, shifting it to the side with the sound of rock grating against rock. The smell of salt and seawater rushed in, cold ocean spray misting against Jupiter’s skin as she followed him into a cave etched in the cliff-side. “She’s going to wake up the sorceress.”
“We will take you.” The corpse of the boy spoke alone now, and he held a cloaked elbow out, not to Nerissa, but to Zelda. “Come. It is a long walk to where we must go. The tide will be out by the time we get there.”
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