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by Julian Atterton

Free eBook Tournament of Fortune (Swallow Books) download ISBN: 0862672201
Author: Julian Atterton
Publisher: Richard Drew Publishing Ltd; New edition edition (April 15, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 224
Category: Books for Children
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The insect tournament concluded with victory and a kiss for Charles Darwin. A dry December wind blew steadily from the north that night, fanning the flames in the Egyptian quarter.

The twine-wrapped bales contained books-ancient books, wholly free of the Dominion Stamp of Approval. Julian knelt amidst the compacted clay and rubble of the Tip, lifting up each book in turn and examining it with wide eyes. They must have been more than a century old, for although they were faded it was obvious that they had once been colorful and expensively printed, not made of stiff brown paper like the Charles Curtis Easton books of modern times. They had not even rotted much. Their smell, under the cleansing Athabaska sunlight, was inoffensive. I joined him in his exploration, though I had never much liked the Tip. It had always seemed to me a haunted place.