By George R. R. Martin
Eddard Stark só aceitou o prestigiado shipment de Mão do Rei para proteger o rei... ou não suspeitasse que o anterior detentor desse título fora mandado assassinar pela rainha. Mas agora Eddard tem a certeza que foi ela. E também sabe a razão: a rainha tem um segredo escabroso que pode levar à queda da dinastia e mesmo à guerra civil!E como se a conspiração palaciana não bastasse, tudo piora quando o rei Robert Baratheon é ferido mortalmente por um animal numa caçada. Mas a Mão do Rei já desconfia de tudo: terá sido mesmo um animal... ou o trabalho de mais um assassino da rainha? Um homem honrado e justo, Eddard Stark começa a temer ser derrotado pelo ninho de víboras que é a Corte e a Casa Lannister. Mas a ameaça de guerra civil não é a pior sombra que paira no ar. No norte, para lá da muralha de gelo, uma força misteriosa manifesta-se de maneira sobrenatural. E ainda mais longe, a última herdeira dos Targaryen prepara-se para invadir os Sete Reinos com o maior exército alguma vez visto... e com o auxílio de dragões!
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They could tell the world more easily than we might, anyway—and that’s important. Whatever haunts these grounds may not be huntable by the likes of us, or the Rangers either. ” “We try to spread the word,” Sarah whispered. ” “And still you remain,” the padre said. It was not quite an accusation. Sarah looked at Sister Eileen, seeking some kind of permission. The sister nodded, and Sarah asked the padre, “She’s told you about the deaths, is that why you’re here? ” “I promise to try. So you should not treat me like a guest.
45 Cherie Priest One by one, the guests said their good-nights and left for their rooms. Footstep by retreating footstep, the place fell quiet. Then Sister Eileen turned to the padre, and regarded him with those strange gold eyes. ” “This hotel is no different. No different at all. We should be on our guard. But not here,” she added, catching Mrs. Alvarez’s eye. “The ladies wish for us to move along, so they can finish their tasks and find their way home. ” They left for the main lobby, where they found Sarah behind the desk, reading another newspaper, or perhaps the same one as before.
It was still quite distant, just a smudge on the cusp of the world. Maybe the worst would not fall tonight. Maybe it’d find them tomorrow, or the day after. But soon. The nun may or may not have known the signs; the padre didn’t know how versed she was, in the ways of coastal weather. She accepted the answer gracefully, as if it didn’t matter either way. “That’s good to hear. ” Sarah’s smile slipped; it cracked at the edge, and for a small, short moment, it looked a little bit desperate. “None yet, I’m afraid.
A Muralha de Gelo (As Crónicas de Gelo e Fogo, Book 2) by George R. R. Martin