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I slid my body into the gap in the doorway, edging sideways into the chamber.
I was hoping to beat you here and surprise you with breakfast. Mostly because I thought it was lunchtime. I moved behind him to rub his shoulders. Have you been here all night?volunteerparks.org/wp-content/karusozan/593.php
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I came around the table to get a good look at him. How early did you get here? He took off the cotton gloves he wore for handling rare books and rubbed his eyes. I did go home yesterday, and I got some sleep, but then I got up early and thought I might as well get to work.
I think I can manage a break, he said with a grin. He shoved his chair back and stood, then hugged me and kissed me on the cheek. Thank you. I think I found the directions for locating it. Not anytime soon. The directions are pretty cryptic, and I suspect they apply to situations and locations that nobody would recognize today.
Perhaps I should explain that Owen was a wizard. Or had been a wizard.
Although I was pretty sure he was still unhappy about that, he was taking advantage of the opportunity to study a rare manuscript that was so dangerous that no one with any magical power or susceptibility to magic was allowed to go near it. Too bad. A quest would have been kind of fun, I said. Certainly more fun than spending another day at my desk. The Eye is the sort of thing that should probably stay lost. He gave a little shudder as he took a sip of coffee. This is worthwhile work? I think so. He paused, then gave me a crooked grin.
He got a horrified deer-in-the-headlights look in his dark blue eyes. He indicated the breakfast. I took pity on him. I frowned at him in sudden concern. Owen was the only one who seemed to believe that his powers would come back, but I knew well enough to keep my mouth shut about that. I do appreciate the company, he said with a smile that made me melt. I glanced at my watch.
I can even stick around awhile, if you like. A trained monkey could market a near-monopoly. Heck, my ditzy assistant Perdita could probably do my job while filing her nails, chatting on the phone, and inventing new coffee concoctions. He reached over to grab a container of wipes and cleaned his hands. I wiped my hands, too, knowing that bringing sugar or anything sticky into the manuscript room would be bad, then followed him back to his worktable.
He pulled over a second chair so I could sit next to him, then sat down and put on the cotton gloves. He showed me a page covered in his textbook-perfect handwriting. This is what I was working on yesterday. I leaned over and read all about the Eye of the Moon and what it could do. Pretty much. What if the magic on the manuscript is to protect the really dangerous information it contains? I squinted as I read the page.
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One in a tower? It actually sounds better in the original language. He pulled the manuscript closer and pointed to the page. The paper was yellowed with age, and the ink had faded to a dark reddish-brown color. What is it, written in blood on human skin? Then he leaned closer to the evil document. This is the part I translated yesterday, the stuff about the clouds and the seat. It says something different now. No, and if any book could, it would be this one.