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AC: The grace of chaos IIShortly after Alexandros was back, carrying a substantial portion of souvla with cheese and some olives. Maria needed nothing more than a glance to understand that she had earned his hatred. The man put down the new tray, picked up the old one and left without saying a word. This time Maria silenced her own pride and quickly swallowed everything, finally giving rest to her empty stomach. She knew long hours of boredom and waiting lay before her, so for a while she tried to kill the time looking through the opening at the top of the wall. To do this, she moved the bed under the window and climbed over it. But when her curiosity was finally sat
Isaac of JerusalemYoung Joshua sighed as he carelessly dropped the basket full of dirty clothes at his feet.
There was nothing he loved the most than to accompany his father on his trips. It was an opportunity not only to learn the trade but, most of all, to see new places, listen to strange and interesting languages, meet people from all corners of the world. It was also a perfect excuse to get away from his studies and from the regular baths his mother insisted he should take, not to mention her close inspections to his fingernails and ears before the evening meals. On the road, he could be as filthy as he pleased, bathing for his amusement and not because
Hajja FatimaHajja Fatima sighed of relief when she saw the cart she was expecting for hours enter the main gate of her house.
She estimated her guests would arrive in the middle of the night, but the moon kept rising in the sky and no news of them. Finally, at first light, a servant came rushing into the drawing room where she was wearing out the floor from walking in circles to announce the sentinels had seen them on the path leading to house.
She hurried outside as fast as her 70-year-old legs permitted and covered her mouth with her hand, mumbling a prayer, when she saw the cart coming to a halt and an Assassin jumping out of the back carrying a lif
The BasketThe Basket
For so long had her eyes been trapped in that dark humid cell the low sun light almost blinded her when she stepped into the square. The pain brought her to tears - or was it despair - and more than see them, she guessed a crowd that had gather to witness yet another execution.
Eyes squinting, she could discern little but blurred shapes of people, although she could hear them shout, laugh, cry out obscenities as the prison guards led her pass them.
At that moment, the herald announced the main attraction for that evening:
'Citizens of Acre, for her crimes against the people, against the King and against God, Maria Thorpe was se
AC: La grazia del caos - Note COMMENTI FINALI
E così finisce La grazia del caos.
Non vorrei porre troppa enfasi sulla cosa: dopotutto non è che una fanfiction. Però ha significato molto per me, quindi voglio provare comunque a scrivere qualche commento decente ora che è conclusa. Ho iniziato a lavorare a La grazia un anno fa, nel dicembre 2010, all'inizio soltanto raccogliendo appunti e costruendo schemi, successivamente cominciando a scrivere il testo vero e proprio in modo molto timido e incerto. Il primo capitolo in particolar modo riflette tutto il timore che avevo della pagina bianca, infatti nella sua prima versione ora mi appare scric
When you say nothing at allAltairXMaria, Lyrics: Ronan Keating - When you say nothing at all
There she was. A huge crowd of people stood on the market place and she was among them. He didn't know why, but he was sure that he would found her wherever she was. This woman belonged to him.
The assassin came closer to her, but the citizens of Jerusalem, forming a kind of obstacle, were in his way. Forcing an angry groan back, he tried to find gaps between the people, but there were so many of them...
Impatient, he took a look at her again and noticed that her eyes laid on him. The white hooded man felt that his heart beat faster and there was this...feeling again.
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