By Rae Carson
Published: Oct. 22, 2012
Words: 3,659 (approximate)
From Rae Carson, author of the acclaimed Fire and Thorns trilogy, comes an original short story about music, magic, and the healing power of friendship.
Errik has been a prisoner--and alone--for a long, long time. He lives for the moment each day when the window of his dungeon cell shines a bit of light onto his bearded face.
But everything changes when he gets a new neighbor--a young girl with a voice as beautiful as the springrise.
They both know the rules: No singing. No speaking. Voices are dangerous. But they can't help themselves. And soon enough, Errik begins to remember himself, why he's here in this dark place, and why his captors will stop at nothing to ensure his silence.
, short story
, epic fantasy
, rae carson
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on March 27, 2013 :
Well... Where do I start. The story is short, very short. It has no background at all and I think that takes away from the intensity of it.
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