By Jack L. Chalker
Behold the horned demon of the snows...
Who calls himself Klittichorn and schemes o smash all Akahlar. With the ability of the changewinds he can keep an eye on the powerful storms that regulate guy and creature alike.
pay attention his evil minions...
Who search the attractive typhoon Princess within the Kudaan Wastes - lands that teem with frightful monsters and typhoon Riders from the internal Hells.
Run just like the wind...
Or stand to struggle with magic. For the destiny not only of this yet of all worlds is within the balance.
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The tall one with the tattoos wore nothing at all save double pistols on a cut-down gunbelt. Both the big woman and the butterfly girl also were similarly armed. There was some thunder in the background and the big woman stopped and turned to look back. "They're looking for us," she said tensely. "I can feel it. " Her voice was very low and gravelly, almost a distinctive and not very melodic young man's voice, straddling the octaves between male and female. She spoke in the nonetheless melodic language of the Akhbreed, but the butterfly girl answered in American English.
Supermom. Lawyer, activist, mother, church deacon—you name it, she's it. Maybe we had the wrong parents. " Charley chuckled. "Good trick since we were born two thousand miles apart. I'm not sure I ever wanted to be superwoman, but I sure had ambition, that was for sure. I was gonna be a businesswoman, that was for sure. B. A. and all. Maybe create a chain of stores or some kind of design business. Maybe even an architect. I spent so much time in malls I could design the perfect one in my sleep.
I know we don't have much say in all this, but I got to tell you that we won't let nobody, no men, no freaks, take us again. We can shoot. " It was hard to remember these were Akhbreed children, born and raised to be masters of the colonial empires. "Just don't you both go shooting everybody you see, and everything," she warned. "The odds are most folks we'll meet are not our friends, but not all will be enemies, either. " The girls stared at her sullenly, but said nothing. "All right, then," Sam said firmly.
Riders of the Winds (Changewinds Series, Book 2) by Jack L. Chalker