By John Gregory Betancourt
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He chuckled. "What do you suggest? Should I murder my way to the top of the family? " "No. " "Uh-uh. Dad doesn't like me. " He smiled a bit at my expression. "I do have a plan, though, and I am doing something to help. " I gave him a searching look, but he didn't elaborate. I changed the subject. " He focused on me and grinned wolfishly. His horns were back. "One must take these small pleasures as they come. " I gave him a half-hearted glower. "Then how about a towel? " "Well... not just yet, dear brother.
Now, with King Elnar gone, I no longer served anyone but myself. I didn't have to listen to his accusing voice. I didn't have to wake up. I didn't have to do anything I didn't choose to do. "Oberon! " I tried to answer, to tell the voice to go to hell, but I could not make my body obey. That vaguely bothered me. Had I been drugged? Had I been sick or grievously injured? Everything I remembered--could it all have been some nightmare or wild fever-dream? It all seemed so clear. I remembered my Uncle Dworkin, who had swept back into my life after ten years' absence.
Had I been drugged? Had I been sick or grievously injured? Everything I remembered--could it all have been some nightmare or wild fever-dream? It all seemed so clear. I remembered my Uncle Dworkin, who had swept back into my life after ten years' absence. Dworkin had saved me from a band of hell-creatures, announced himself as my true father, and carted me off to a magnificent castle on another world... a castle full of people who claimed to be my half-brothers and half-sisters. Aber and Freda...