I was googling for free books today and I found this website and I’ve found a few textbooks that I’ve needed so far in Linguistics (namely Intro to Linguistics and Phonetics classes) as well as textbooks that I will need this semester.
There are books in languages other than English, about things other than Languages.
So you know… have fun.
Kezz woke up, disoriented and somewhat cranky. For someone who just came back from the ‘dead’, he was actually in good shape, at…
Kezz glanced over at a very quiet Kennith. Lokin caught the signal and motioned for the Cipher to come forward for a check-up.
He glanced at the silver chain. The clasp was rusted, but the small purple jewel still shone brightly. Kaliyo whistled as it caught the light.
"That’s pretty," she said. "Heirloom?"
Kezz sighed and tamped down the surge of emotion. “My first wife wore the jewels as earrings. After she…died, I had them remade into pendants and gave them to our twins before I left Csilla.”
"She gave hers back to you," Vector commented.
He only nodded, but didn’t trust himself to speak. Temple’s brow furrowed. “Sir…then your other daughter, the other twin, is out there, somewhere.”
"Yes. Maybe we’ll see her too, someday."
Kennith barely noticed the motion that Lokin gave him but sighed as he walked over. “Just need some kolto,” he said wincing as he unbuttoned his shirt and undid the straps on the armor. Already some nasty bruising could be seen but thankfully the armor withstood the bolts. Granted he was lucky that no one had aimed for his head.
Catching the jewel’s light he looked over at it watching it as Kezz held it and the others spoke about it and Kezz’s family. He wasn’t sure how Kezz was going to end up meeting his daughter though he hoped that it was a better reunion than this one. He didn’t want to go through a half baked plan on evading the would be assassination a second time.
- pointed out acne
- treated you like a little slave (you get them EVERYTHING)
- made fun of people who you idolize
- made you feel like an outcast
- ever called you a mistake or worthless
- forced you to go to a place where you weren’t comfortable
- made jokes about your weight
- made you cry
- made you break down
- made you feel like you were all alone
If so I’m going to send each and everyone of you a message!
Kezz woke up, disoriented and somewhat cranky. For someone who just came back from the ‘dead’, he was actually in good shape, at least according to Lokin. He wanted to know what had happened while he was out. His crew updated him while Lokin made sure there were no lingering effects.
"Wait, you just let her go?" Kaliyo asked.
Lokin shrugged and replied, “There was no reason to detain her. As far as she was concerned, her part was over. I don’t think she wished to hurt us again.”
"What if she finds out her father isn’t really dead and comes after us again?”
"We’ll be ready for her," Kezz rasped. "Now that we know who she is…I have connections to look out for her."
He gently ran his fingers on the chain. She’d be back, he knew it.
Kennith was quiet when he met back with the others. Having Kezz up and doing okay was enough to get his mind off of things but it didn’t last too long. He remained near the back simply waiting for his turn to be checked out by Lokin. Time to time looking at the others before looking away and at some random object. He listened in on their conversation but didn’t say anything as he tried to keep himself calm.