4 Works in The Age of Madness - Joe Abercrombie
23 Oct 2020
Dedicated to Romeo and Juliet of the Circle of the World (...)
An Orso/Jappo ficlet collection. Mostly Chinese, with occasional translation(s) into English.
Lots of crackships happening here, so see the notes at the beginning of each chapter for more warnings.
01 Oct 2020
From the paralleled mirages, a paradox ("the unrecorded history") emerged. All the figures were then distorted, shattered, gone, leaving Rikke alone outside the fencing circle.
I saw a sunset, she wanted to say. Not here, not this washy, four-o'clock-in-the-afternoon Angland sunset, but one grander. I saw your display of swords; I saw him defeating you, almost apologetically, right after your display of swords; I saw a cavalry charge; I saw you leaving him behind. I saw a woman's tears. I saw your sunset.
But the protagonists had moved on. So she fled the scene like that little girl who had quietly watched them fencing.
"We use summers to fight the wars and winters to dig the graves." Or: in which Rikke tried to change the destiny.
- 中文-普通话 國語
23 Sep 2020
Things don't go well with King Jappo at Cardotti's, but Leo finds a little comfort with Jurand.
if i smile with my teeth by Anonymous
30 Sep 2019
It wasn't that he didn't love his legitimate children.