By Timothy Zahn
Hugo Award-winner and number one New York Times bestselling writer Timothy Zahn returns to complete his unique, acclaimed SF trilogy. As both people and the alien Zhirrzh arrange for all-out galactic warfare, a handful of people from both sides are surprised to find that the explosive catalyst for the approaching conflict is a misunderstanding either tragic and profound. decided to avoid mutual extinction for either their races, this band now turns into the focal point of the sophisticated and dangerous force whose objective it truly is to annihilate and wreck.
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Thrr-tulkoj seemed taken aback. "I'm sorry—I thought I'd be doing you a favor. " "Well, fill in half of it, anyway," Thrr-pifix-a said, walking out toward the row of bushes. " They spent the next tentharc digging small holes into the Kyrandas' root systems; and when they were finished, Thrr-pifix-a was feeling almost as if the past two fullarcs had never happened. "I'm glad you came by this postmidarc, Thrr-tulkoj," she told him as he washed the dirt off his hands and arms beneath the kitchen waterflow.
Hold still," Kolchin murmured. " Abruptly, the shelter was ablaze with light from Kolchin's pen torch. Cavanagh squinted against the glare, his eyes fighting to adjust, and looked down toward the left side of his sleeping roll. It was there, all right: a slender, segmented greenish-purple vine moving leisurely alongside his leg. Cavanagh didn't recognize the particular species, but like the rest of Granparra's recoil creepers, its tip and sides bristled with barbed thorns. Even as he watched, it moved again, poking mindlessly at the sleeping roll as it tried to get to the source of the heat it was sensing.
He was working his way down the creeper, methodically cutting through the vine at each of the segment lines and throwing the pieces out into the forest. " "Right," Cavanagh said, reaching gingerly past the still writhing vine head for his watch. Still two hours to dawn. " "Sometime this morning," Kolchin said, coming back from his search-and-kill defoliation exercise and returning Cavanagh's knife to its sheath. Squatting down, he carefully pulled his own knife out of the ground, the twitching vine head still impaled on the split blade.
Conquerors' Legacy (The Conquerors Saga, Book Three) by Timothy Zahn