By Diane Duane
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Kit looked across the sand, following Ponch’s gaze. Maybe eight or ten miles away, almost obscured by the height of the farther dunes and the haze of sand and dust in the air, a low line of jagged stone rose against the horizon. ” Kit said. I think so. He’s there somewhere. Come on. Ponch led, and Kit followed. Once or twice, Ponch was certain enough of the trail to let Kit use a transit spell to cover some distance, but more often he insisted on doing it on foot, so Kit simply had to slog after him, for the time being unwilling to use any spells to protect him from the wind and the sand, on the off chance that they would somehow interfere with Ponch’s tracking sense.
Ponch looked at him with some mild annoyance. If you ‘re going to hunt, he said, your feet have to be clean. He went back to nibbling his paws again. Kit sighed and sat down to wait. When Ponch was finished, he got up, shook himself again, and said, I have to go out. ” Yes. Kit opened the door and let the dog out. He put on his jacket, picked up his house keys from the hook inside the back door, and got one more thing from the place where the coats hung—the wizardly “leash” that he’d made for Ponch when they were working together in other worlds.
Nita revised her original opinion about having conversations with flagpoles. This was more like a dialogue with a garbage truck, that being the only other thing in her immediate experience that sounded anything like this. “I’m really sorry,” she said, “but I’m having a lot of trouble understanding you. It’s my fault, probably. Can you tell me more clearly how I can help you? ” The huge shape crouched there for a few more moments, then, wobbling, it got up. For a long, long moment it stood over her, seeming to gaze down at her from that great height… but Nita still couldn’t be sure.
A Wizard Alone: The Sixth Book in the Young Wizards Series by Diane Duane