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The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 11
Wynn made a positively delicious meal that night for Edric and her. The strawshrooms, onion, asparagus, and fiddleheads were fried in garlic butter and salted to perfection and placed next to a massive slice of pork tenderloin cooked in the same pan.
The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 10
Edric returned to Nuumad's Blessing with a pack filled to the brim with the forest's bounty. It was well past noon when he arrived, and so it was empty of villagers. He noticed Wynn with a cup of tea in front of her and a book in her hands.
The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 9
Edric emptied the pack that he had carried his few supplies in and cleaned it as best he could. After it was ready, he went down to the inn's great room and looked for Wynn.
The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 8
Edric went back to the York bank the following day, and, just as Kennard had said he would, there was a draft lease agreement ready and waiting for his review. The amount of money and land leased was to be negotiable. Edric left that business to Kennard's expertise, given his knowledge of banking, local trade, and income.
The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 7
With the funeral done, Edric was unsure of what to do with himself. He still had affairs to settle, his parent's farmland, now his farmland, being the biggest one, but he couldn't help feeling anxious. He couldn't tell what the uneasy feeling was about, though.
A Veil of the Mind
They said it would feel like swimming—no currents, no resistance, like floating in the water. To me, it feels like waves crashing. The rushing waters hit me again and again when a new memory invades my mind. Against my will, I'm forced into the past, reliving moments captured in time, sometimes for the better, but others…
The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 6
Edric wore an outfit that his master had bought for him to the funeral. It was meant for important occasions, and he had worn it several times when meeting with prolific merchants or dignitaries. It felt appropriate to wear it now, for his parent's funeral and seedling ceremony, but compared with the simple farmers and traders of Mayel, he felt out of place.
The Alchemist's Practice Chapter 5
Edric and the priest's introduction turned thorny rather quickly. After learning his name, Rorick, they talked about the funeral ceremony. Edric listened attentively, trying to memorize all the things he needed to do, but when it came to talking about burying an empty casket for his brother, Edric objected.