Kalar the Apprentice, № 13

After two days travel he lost his bearings.

He remembered all that Crowstone had taught him. Kneeling on the ground with his sword before him, he closed his eyes. With every breath he made himself one with the Westwind. Took it in, held it within himself, communicated with it. The wind gradually changed direction.

He felt it working. The power of the Westwind. A coming together of man and nature.

It blew in the direction he should take. He followed its lead. The next day he arrived at the village.

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Kalar The Apprentice - A Fantasy Adventure told in 20 installments of 100 words! Written by Tony Healey – author of The Stars My Redemption, available now in the Kindle Store. www.tonyhealey.com @FringeScientist on Twitter

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