grace that surprised me. “I have no wish to be indebted to an air breather. Besides, I’ve grown rather possessive of you during our travels. If anyone is going to shove you back through the veil I believe I should have the privilege.”
“What about everyone following us?” I asked. I couldn’t look back for fear of losing my grip but I could hear the pounding of a few hundred Minion feet eating up the ground at our backs.
“Ah, well they don’t feel so indebted. They may be more inclined to relieve a bit of frustration. It seems that we don’t have the equipment to remove snow in these parts. My brethren rather particularly squeamish about cold feet,” Ferrous said. “It might be that they wouldn’t mind seeing you punished for their discomfort.&rd...
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