Fb2 Endless Time ePub
by Frances Burke
|Category:||British and Irish|
|Publisher:||Century; 1st edition (1992)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1186 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1451 kb|
|Digital formats:||lit rtf lrf docx|
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Endless Time Online - Frances Burke. She stood by the window, holding herself stiff against the surge of shock and pain. Her eyes did not focus on the printed words she held in her hand, words of hate gouged into the paper with a furious quill, lines etched in poison distilled by a diseased mind. Instead, she gazed out unseeingly across the rose garden, shimmering in the heat given off by baking bricks, and wished she could recall the past minute and destroy the note before she ever opened it. But she could not. For as long as she lived she would not be able to erase those words.