By Richard Bach
As soon as in a iteration a publication, a imaginative and prescient, a author, catch the mind's eye and feelings of hundreds of thousands. Jonathan Livingston Seagull used to be this kind of e-book. Richard Bach's particular imaginative and prescient back shines forth, touching with magic the drama of existence in all its unlimited horizons. once more Richard Bach has written a masterpiece that will help you contact that a part of your house that's the sky.
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Toshi backed suddenly, squatted, and took the force of the blow on his thigh. The power, the speed of it, staggered him. "Nice," he said between slitted teeth. The Blade stepped back and nodded. "A taste," he said. "I'm going to chop you into little bits. " "Your momma's ass," Toshi said, and began his own attack. He began his formal karate training at the age of eight. By his twelfth birthday he'd won several state-wide California competitions and was beginning to fill out. He branched into other, more esoteric forms of the martial arts, worked with the steel balls, the odd-shaped weapons, the straightforward knife, and sword and ax.
He groaned when he stood up. He shook his head and turned the chair away from the window. Falling asleep in a chair. Good way to get killed. He scratched his head and limped toward the front door and checked the lock. It was fine. He kept this apartment under a web of false names, one of many such in many parts of the world. Even the hunter needs a place to hide at times. It was an anonymous place. The kitchen cupboard was full of canned goods. He'd taken a couple of six-packs of Amstel beer from beneath the sink and put them in the fridge the night before.
He wiped his hand across his face, felt oily blood, and winced. Bigger and faster was better. Winning was better. Very well ... _Never again_. " He wondered what had happened to Levin. Overhead the sun began to burn off the morning fog. The Blade's face was flat as an ax, and as full of expression. He moved like something made of metal and silicon. Which, in fact, he was, to some extent. The Blades were tanked constructs, warriors whose genes were selected at birth for intelligence and ferocity of reflex.
A Gift Of Wings by Richard Bach