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Alvin Journeyman (Tales of Alvin Maker, Book 4) by Orson Scott Card

By Orson Scott Card

Alvin is a Maker, the 1st to be born in a century.

Now a grown guy and a journeyman smith, Alvin has again to his relatives within the city of energy Church. he'll proportion of their isolation, paintings as a blacksmith, and take a look at to educate someone who needs to benefit the knack of being a Maker. For Alvin has had a imaginative and prescient of the Crystal urban he'll construct, and he understands that he can't construct it alone.

But he has left in the back of in Hatrack River enemies in addition to actual buddies. His historic foe, the Unmaker, whose merciless whispers and lethal plots have threatened Alvin’s existence at each flip, has came upon new palms to do his paintings of destruction.

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But should the need arise, I stand ready to serve in any capacity required. I have some little knowledge of magic that may someday be of use. I offer it for when you think it appropriate. ” “I believe that it was your use of magic that got you in trouble the last time,” Ben admonished softly. “Yes, yes, too true. But I will not involve myself in the affairs of the country or her people unless I am asked,” Horris said. Tic, tic went the bad eye. ” “No,” Questor Thews said. “No,” Abernathy echoed.

Biggar was a voice in the dark. “What is the purpose of concocting a well-devised scheme if there is no one to appreciate its intrinsic brilliance? ” The bird cleared his throat. “Of course, you need me, too, to help with your new plan. ” Horris found the light switch and flicked it on. He was momentarily blinded. ” The basement spread away through a forest of timbered pillars that held up the flooring of the old manor house and cast their shadows in dark columns through the spray of yellow light.

Mostly, Horris was an opportunist. To be an opportunist one needed an appreciation for the possibilities, and Horris knew about possibilities better than he knew about almost anything. He was forever considering how something might be turned to his advantage. He was convinced that the wealth of the world—of any world—had been created for his ultimate benefit. Time and space were irrelevant; in the end, everything belonged to him. His opinion of himself was extreme. He, better than anyone, understood the fine art of exploitation.

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