City of Air and Bones
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City of Air and Bones is the second novel in The Perilous Tides series by Ally Turing.

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PROLOGUE

  1. SWORDS OF LEADEN POINTS
  2. A VISION FAIR AND FORTUNATE
  3. GOOD REASONS MUST, OF FORCE, GIVE PLACE TO BETTER
  4. ALL PITY CHOKED WITH CUSTOM OF FELL DEEDS
  5. ARMS IN STRENGTH OF MALICE
  6. SITHENCE, IN THE LOSS THAT MAY HAPPEN, IT CONCERNS YOU SOMETHING TO KNOW IT
  7. HEARTS OF BROTHERS’ TEMPER
  8. I, OLDER IN PRACTISE, ABLER THAN YOURSELF TO MAKE CONDITIONS
  9. WE, AT THE HEIGHT, ARE READY TO DECLINE
  10. AS FIRE DRIVES OUT FIRE
  11. A CURSE SHALL LIGHT UPON THE LIMBS OF MEN
  12. COLD WISDOM WAITING ON SUPERFLUOUS FOLLY
  13. BELIEVE ME FOR MINE HONOUR, AND HAVE RESPECT TO MINE HONOUR, THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE
  14. AND GHOSTS DID SHRIEK AND SQUEAL ABOUT THE STREETS
  15. AN ENTERPRISE OF HONORABLE-DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCE
  16. THE GENIUS AND THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS ARE THEN IN COUNCIL
  17. OF ALL THE WONDERS THAT I YET HAVE HEARD
  18. CENSURE ME IN YOUR WISDOM, AND AWAKE YOUR SENSES, THAT YOU MAY THE BETTER JUDGE
  19. FRESH OF SPIRIT AND RESOLVED
  20. TO MEET ALL PERILS VERY CONSTANTLY
  21. DREADFUL OBJECTS SO FAMILIAR
  22. BUT, FOR MY SINGLE SELF, I HAD AS LIEF NOT BE AS LIVE TO BE IN AWE OF SUCH A THING AS I MYSELF
  23. BEARING THE PALM ALONE
  24. EXPLOITS AND MIGHTY ENTERPRISES
  25. OF FANTASY, DREAMS AND CEREMONIES
  26. THE STATE OF MAN AND THE SUFFERING FROM THE NATURE OF INSURRECTION
  27. THE DEEP OF NIGHT IS CREPT UPON OUR TALK, AND NATURE MUST OBEY NECESSITY
  28. WITH ALL KIND LOVE, GOOD THOUGHTS, AND REVERENCE
  29. WITH ALL TRUE FAITH
  30. ALL AMISS INTERPRETED
  31. THE GOOD IS OFT INTERRED WITH THEIR BONES
  32. FOR MY PART, I HAVE WALK’D ABOUT THE STREETS, SUBMITTING ME UNTO THE PERILOUS NIGHT
  33. WARNINGS, AND PORTENTS, AND EVILS IMMINENT
  34. THIS, THE BLEEDING BUSINESS
  35. HE THINKS TOO MUCH: SUCH MEN ARE DANGEROUS
  36. TEARS FOR LOVE
  37. JOY FOR FORTUNE
  38. HONOUR FOR VALOUR
  39. DEATH FOR AMBITION
  40. OUR FATHERS’ MINDS ARE DEAD, AND WE ARE GOVERN’D WITH OUR MOTHERS’ SPIRITS
  41. IF I BE ALIVE AND YOUR MIND HOLD AND YOUR DINNER WORTH THE EATING
  42. FOREST TO THIS HART
  43. WORDS BEFORE BLOWS
  44. NOT THAT I LOVED CAESAR LESS, BUT THAT I LOVED ROME MORE
  45. THE FORTUNES AND AFFAIRS OF THE NOBLE THROUGH THE HAZARDS OF UNTROD STATE
  46. DOMESTIC FURY AND FIERCE CIVIL STRIFE
  47. CRY ‘HAVOC,’ AND LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR
  48. SET HONOUR IN ONE EYE AND DEATH I' THE OTHER
  49. HEAR ME FOR MY CAUSE, AND BE SILENT, THAT YOU MAY HEAR
  50. THE WORK WE HAVE IN HAND, MOST BLOODY, FIERY, AND MOST TERRIBLE
  51. FOR MINE EYES, SEEING THOSE BEADS OF SORROW STAND IN THINE, BEGAN TO WATER
  52. BLOOD AND DESTRUCTION SHALL BE SO IN USE
  53. WOE TO THE HAND THAT SHED THIS COSTLY BLOOD!
  54. BETWEEN THE ACTING OF A DREADFUL THING AND THE FIRST MOTION
  55. SO LIKE A COURTIER, CONTEMPT NOR BITTERNESS WERE IN HIS PRIDE OR SHARPNESS
  56. THAT THIS FOUL DEED SHALL SMELL ABOVE THE EARTH WITH CARRION MEN, GROANING FOR BURIAL
  57. YOUR VOICE SHALL BE AS STRONG AS ANY MAN''S IN THE DISPOSING OF NEW DIGNITIES
  58. THE RUINS OF THE NOBLEST MAN THAT EVER LIVED IN THE TIDE OF TIMES
  59. HIM AND HIS WORTH AND OUR GREAT NEED OF HIM YOU HAVE RIGHT WELL CONCEITED
  60. TO EACH MAN HIS OWN BLOODY HAND
  61. AND GRAVES HAVE YAWN’D, AND YIELDED UP THEIR DEAD
  62. FAR FROM THIS COUNTRY PINDARUS SHALL RUN, WHERE NEVER ROMAN SHALL TAKE NOTE OF HIM
  63. FOR NOW, THIS FEARFUL NIGHT, THERE IS NO STIR OR WALKING IN THE STREETS
  64. BE PATIENT TILL THE LAST.
  65. AND THINGS UNLUCKY CHARGE MY FANTASY
  66. SO, I AM FREE; YET WOULD NOT SO HAVE BEEN, DURST I HAVE DONE MY WIL
  67. HE IS A DREAMER; LET US LEAVE HIM: PASS
  68. LET US LEAVE HIM, THE DREAMER: PASS
  69. WHEN LOVE BEGINS TO SICKEN AND DECAY, IT USETH AN ENFORCED CEREMONY
  70. BECAUSE CAESAR REFUSED THE CROWN THAT IT HAD ALMOST CHOKED CAESAR
  71. FOR WHO SO FIRM THAT CANNOT BE SEDUCED?

EPILOGUE

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Benders[edit | edit source]

Northerners[edit | edit source]

  • Madame Circe (Ashaktir)
  • Levi

Underworlders[edit | edit source]

Unbounded[edit | edit source]

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