By Ree Soesbee
<B >Death Sails the Seas . . .</B>
The misplaced state of Orr lies underneath the sea waves, a whole civilization swallowed through an historical cataclysm. for hundreds of years, it has lain dormant within the depths, its historic secrets and techniques misplaced.
The Elder Dragon Zhaitan has risen. In its wake, the drowned country of Orr is reborn—and one other is destroyed. the town of Lion’s Arch, for generations a cornerstone of civilization in Tyria, is brutally swept underneath the waves, leaving not anything yet ruins. one of the survivors is Cobiah Marriner, a human sailor shipwrecked through the tsunami and stranded at sea. whilst he's rescued through a ferocious charr, Cobiah is aware that he’s been plunged right into a global eternally changed.
Now, Zhaitan’s undead servants dominate the ocean, destroying port after port and slaughtering whatever of their course. in the middle of spoil, Cobiah vows to work out Lion’s Arch rebuilt. Amid the typhoon of the dragon’s emerging, Cobiah needs to turn into a hero to his staff and an admiral to the pirate fleet, and face the ghosts of his prior. simply then will he grasp the ocean of Sorrows and weigh down the armada of Orr.
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Berk is still weak. Rhen is still caring for him. They are together all the time. She has to tend to his wounds, check his vital signs. I am left to do the cooking and the watching. John tries to talk to me, but I do not want to talk. The only thing in my mind is a feeling I can’t describe, but it’s not good. Anger boils in me the way our food boils as it is being prepared. I could play this feeling if I had my violin. But I don’t. I am desperate, though. So I excuse myself, take the transport away from the chamber—high enough that if the wolves came, I would be safe—and imagine the violin is in my arms.
The thought of just walking up to a settlement of people we know nothing about makes my heart race. ” Berk’s voice is soft but sure. “We need to go on. ” Berk is still so pale. He is right. But that fact doesn’t make the possibilities any less frightening. The dog is now running back in the direction he came from. We watch him run off. John lets out an earsplitting whistle and the dog returns, his tongue out, that happy look on his face. ” John’s laugh makes him sound years younger. The way I imagine he sounded before the War stripped him of everything.
Outside? ” I open them, but all I see is white. Then I remember—I am in the chamber. ” Rhen lays my head back down. ” I fell asleep. I turn my head. Berk is on the other side of the chamber. He is sleeping. I watch his chest rise and fall, rise and fall, making sure he really is alive. indd 27 10/11/13 10:31 AM Krista McGee Rhen hands me a piece of bread and a container of juice. I lift myself—slowly—and eat, keeping my eyes on Berk all the time. ” Logical Rhen is in control. Of course. Always ready with a plan.