Chapter 28: Step Ladder
Weft begged a favor, which was as close to a Sending as Taweel had known since his return. The sense of purpose was nice, even if it was a humble one. Bracing the boy’s legs, he steadied the young Weaver as he twisted and tied vines into open circles. In each of these living wreaths, he hung a small bell.
With a flick of his finger, Weft tested each wee chime. High, sweet notes created an open chord that Taweel found pleasant. “Now what?” he asked.
The boy held his finger to his lips once more, then whispered, “Wait. Watch.”
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