The Ship of the DeadeBook - 2017
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Three days is a long time to sail with an evil walnut.
After the water horses dumped us - 'They got bored,' Sam explained, which was far better than them drowning us - I summoned the Big Banana and we all climbed aboard. Heathstone managed to invoke the fire rune kenaz, which saved us all from freezing to death. We sailed west, trusting our magic ship to take us where wre needed to go.
He left, whistling a tune that might have been a Frank Sinatra song from the elevator, Fly me to the Moon.
Blitz and Hearth were almost top the shore when Alex stopped abruptly.
I didn't have any energy left either, but I thought I should try to sound encouraging. "We-we have to k-keep going." I looked over. We were nose-to-nose under the blankets. Her scarf had dipped below her chin. Her breath was like limes.
Then, before I even knew what was happening, she kissed me. She could have bitten off my mouth and I would have been less surprised. Her lips were cracked and rough from the cold. Her nose fit perfectly next to mine. Our faces aligned, our breaths mixed. Then she pulled away.
"I wasn't going to die without doing that, " she said.
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