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By R. A. Salvatore

ISBN-10: 0441000789

ISBN-13: 9780441000784

Within the sequel to The Woods Out again, Gary returns to the realm of Faerie to discover a replaced international and trips throughout the enchanted land on a quest to discover an old hero's sacred armor and magic spear and conflict the darkish shadows of evil.

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The technology was indeed amazing, kind of like a Nintendo game. That thought, too, bothered Gary Leger more than a little. He got caught up in the images as the press briefing continued, a French officer pointing to the screen and talking of the importance of this next target, a bunker. A tiny figure raced across the black-and-white image, entering the bunker a split-second before the smart bomb did its deadly work, reducing the place to rubble. "Poor man," the French officer said to a chorus of groans, both from the reporters at the press briefing and from the gathering around the TV at General Components.

Gary, too, had believed the stereotype-it had seemed to fit-until, following the trail of bigger bucks, he had inadvertently stumbled into a position as an accountant. His first month-end closing, filled with the seemingly impossible task of making the numbers fit into seemingly impossible places, had changed Gary's perception, had thrown the image of the job as "boring" right out the office window. "You look tired," came Rick's voice from behind. "Almost done," Gary promised without even looking over his shoulder.

On cue, two of the gnomes simultaneously opened valves in joining hoses, while a third pumped away on a connected bike. The materials mixed together and rushed into the ball, becoming a fastcoagulating foam that would further secure everything within the capsule, and contained as well the needed potion for keeping the ball aloft. Then the gnomes gathered together flat-ended levers and rolled the ball up a slope and into place right in front of the cranked crossbow's heavy line. A leather pouch, connected to that line, was wrapped halfway around the ball and the signals began, the duo of gnomes on each of the successive four plateaus scrambling to light torches and insert them into hanging arms on either side of the tube.

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