Excerpt from The Word Changers: A Christian Fantasy for Young Adults
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The moment she began to fall, Posy forgot everything except her descent.
She even forgot how she had come to be falling in the first place.
Everything behind her grew faint and far, and everything in front of her
seemed a black void. Gravity worked backward, and her racing speed
slowed. Now she floated, like a dry leaf, or a page torn from a book.
Gradually she felt nothing at all.
And the entire
time she was falling, she could hear voices, hollow and wide-flung,
pulling her back from the precipice. Posy lifted a heavy hand to swat
awkwardly at her face.
“You’ve come at last, my
dear,” said the voice nearest her. “And about time, too.” Posy attempted
to open her eyes, only to find it difficult. Was that the brush of a
feather on her brow? She groaned in frustration at the weighted feeling
she couldn’t shake.
A woman’s voice came faintly
from a distance. "Will it work?"
looks are quite different, I must say.” Now a man’s deep tones.
“It was what Your Majesty wanted, if I may remind you,” the answer came
smoothly. “And after all, it is much too late now to send her back.”
“Let us hope it is only for a short time,” the woman spoke again, with a
slight accent of distaste. “But see. The princess begins to wake.”
Why are they speaking so strangely? Posy’s thoughts crawled
sluggishly into her head, And it is almost as if they are speaking about
me ... Did someone just say ... ‘Princess’? Read more
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