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   Two Shades Darker Than the Sky, by Scott T. Wilson  
  Novel, first publication in January 2004
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      The goddess Chythiis needed an instrument, a Champion, so she chose the boy Chath. Chath had lived alone on the streets of Willowshire until the day he wandered into the forest and received a Visitation, a Heritage, and a Sword. He became Cheytheyn—last of the Shee—and wielding the Gravesword Haylerbane was dispatched to the past to save the fledgling world from itself. To ensure that the future—his present—happened.

    To the handful of friends he had, that was only thirteen years ago.

    Cheytheyn—under a host of other identities—had always tripped over other people’s troubles and stumbled into their lives. Many times he would aid them in their struggles, many times he’d fail. Sometimes he would die, only to wash up on someone else’s shore years later. But after centuries of battling horrors whose names have been forgotten, and countering the evil schemes of the beast Chihled before recorded history, he faces his most terrifying challenge of all.

    Now, the people into whose lives he falls are those same friends from childhood and the woman he could never forget.

    Because now, after nineteen-hundred years, he has finally caught up with . . .


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