By Glen Cook
Prior to there has been Black corporation, there has been the Dread Empire, an omnibus assortment the 1st 3 Dread Empire novels: A Shadow of All Night's Falling, October's child and All Darkness Met.
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Later, Saltimbanco stopped in for a talk with the owner of a prosperous farm. The farmer thought him feeble-minded, but considered that an advantage in the business of horse-trading. He got Saltimbanco's chariot and horses for three pieces of silver and a bony, pathetically comic little donkey. This beast appeared ridiculous beneath Saltimbanco's hugeness, but seemed not to notice the load. He plodded stolidly northward, unconcerned with his new master's foibles. The farmer left the trade laughing behind his hand, but so did Saltimbanco.
All month. Except one night last week he flew the horse somewhere back east. " "I haven't been any closer. " "Okay. We'd better start now. " "Spread out and come at him from every direction. Jerrad, whatever you do, don't let him get to the Horn. " It was past midnight when they attacked the old man, and could have been later still had there been no moon. The Star Rider wakened to a footfall, bolted toward the Horn with stunning speed. Jerrad got there first, gutting knife in hand. The old man changed course in midstride, made an astounding leap onto the back of his winged horse.
She'd better hurry. The melons are gone already. " "Look for me this evening, then. Save a squash and a few tomatoes. I've a craving for goulash. And mind where that donkey wanders. " He offered Varth a warm parting smile, sincere in its concern. Varth betrayed no emotion as Royal led the donkey away. " he grew ecstatic. Royal was surprised by his intensity. For a moment, indeed, it seemed the boy might speak. But then he settled into his usual stolidity, revealing only a fraction of his inner joy.
A Cruel Wind: A Chronicle of the Dread Empire by Glen Cook