By Robert Jordan
The Wheel of Time turns, and a while come and move. What was once, what's going to be, and what's, may possibly but fall less than the Shadow. allow the Dragon experience back at the winds of time.
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Adjusting her shawl firmly, the leather-faced Wise One addressed the three sisters. " It was not unexpected that Bera would frown indignantly, or Kiruna become frost personified. Alanna gazed at the ground, resigned, almost sullen. Sorilea was having none of it. Clapping hands sharply, she, made brisk shooing motions. "Well? Move! " Reluctantly, the Aes Sedai let themselves be herded, making it seem they simply were going where they wished. Joining Sorilea, Amys whispered something that Perrin did not quite catch.
He smelled afraid now. "Jondyn, what are we going to do? '' The older man spat again, louder than before. He did not bother to lower his voice, either. Jondyn always said what he thought no matter who heard, another reason for his bad repute. "Better for us if they'd all died yesterday, boy. We'll pay for that before it's done. " Perrin shut out the rest, no easy task with his ears. First Aram, and now Jondyn and Tod, if not so directly. Bum Jondyn! No, the man might make Mat look industrious, but if he spoke it, others thought it.
He understood a little—he thought he did—but he had no intention of telling anyone. That was Rand's to reveal, if he chose. Every body that Rand looked at belonged to a Maiden; Perrin was convinced of it. A Shaido Maiden without a doubt, but he was not sure how much difference that made to Rand. they were alive faded behind him, he found Rand. The Dragon Reborn, who made the world tremble, sitting on the ground, alone in the dark, his arms wrapped around himself, rocking back and forth. To Perrin's eyes, the moon was nearly as good as the sun, but right then he wished for pitch blackness.
A Crown of Swords: Book Seven of 'The Wheel of Time' by Robert Jordan