The World Walkers: Athare: Tegan: Making A Choice

This entry is part 9 of 14 in the World Walkers: Athare collection

With Riordan gone Tegan looked at her parents. They looked back at her, and it was easy to see the worry in their eyes. She hadn’t been careful enough. If she had been she never would have been found, but there was nothing she could do to change what had already happened. It was done. All she could do was accept it, while trying to work out what her next step was going to be, because the one thing she knew for certain was that the fae were not going to be happy about the existence of those who could walk the worlds. Everyone knew they hated not being in control. Anyone who knew anything about the Web of worlds was certain they were never going to be in control. They’d used magics they didn’t truly understand, and those magics were already changing on them.

The World Walkers: Oracle: Tegan: Helping Mika

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the World Walkers: Oracle collection

The heat was the first thing that hit me. I’d barely stepped through the door, but I knew it was gone. Slowly, doing my best not to say anything I might regret, I looked around. Nothing. Well, there was sand. I was in the middle of one of the deserts of Oracle, so the sand was inevitable, and that told me I needed to start moving. What I needed to do was make certain I was moving in the right direction. Of course whether or not there was a right direction depending on when I was there. All I could really do was hope I hadn’t been tossed into the middle of the desert at a time before the shelters had been built for people like me. With the worlds anything was possible, though, and I’d spent far too much of my time travelling to think that it wouldn’t happen, because it was ‘good for me’. What the worlds thought was good for me and what I thought were good for me were two very different things.

The World Walkers: Athare: Riordan: The First World Walker

This entry is part 8 of 14 in seriesWorld Walkers: Athare

It was pure luck that someone was watching when a young girl, who couldn’t have been more than ten-years-old, walked through one of the doors. The watcher, Riordan, was grateful that she’d travelled to one of the safer worlds, instead of finding herself somewhere terrifying and dangerous. He went after her the moment he realised…