Chapter 13: Ophir's Flight
A second great leap, and an avian pursuer.
Red-tailed hawks watched over the Great Road since its construction. The edge of the forest and the lowlands stretching toward the river were always rife with prey: other birds, fish, and mammals. Since the Treaty of Gray Bridge, however, only hunting of fish and fellow birds was permitted, so the treeline …
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