Darkness. The darkness didn’t end like it did when she linked with a normal Book. Instead, it continued to swirl about her, enveloping her in its velvet misery. The only change she saw after a few minutes was a bright light way in the distance, like a window. But she couldn’t move.
She could barely breathe either. And she blamed herself. If she hadn’t been so curious, she could have been with Cyan right now, having adventures, not swimming in this pit of blackness all alone.
After what seemed an eternity, a face appeared at the window. It was familiar, but Tahnah’s befuddled mind couldn’t think exactly who it was. She was growing sleepy and stupid. The face moved away and another’s came into view. A hand enveloped the window’s view...
Cyan linked back to Riven in a huff. The Moiety had promised to look for Tahnah, but in the meantime, they had advised him to go ahea