Beyond World's End by Mercedes Lackey

By Mercedes Lackey

This can be your soul on drugs...After the occasions chronicled in Bedlam's Bard, world-saving bard and magician Eric Banyon strikes into his new manhattan residence hoping to calm down to the quiet existence. No such success: his development is a safe-house for a bunch of occultist Guardians retaining the town from supernatural evil. and there is a new evil for them to quard against....When unethical drug researchers realize that they could result in notable psychological powers utilizing psychotropic medicinal drugs, they start making plans to elevate a drug-enslaved military of mercenaries and develop very, very wealthy. yet this will get the eye of Aerune mac Audelaine, lord of the darkish Unseleighe Sidhe, who hopes to exploit the medication to damage via to the human global and feed at the agony there. either plans will convey terror to the realm -- and either are threatened through the very life of Eric Banyon. along with his most likely dependable partners -- a stunning elven half-breed and a gargoyle -- Eric heads for a three-way conflict of wizardry that may be sure Gotham's destiny -- and his personal.

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I can’t blame you there,” she added. “You would have, once,” he replied. Ria shrugged, getting to her feet. “Now I just envy you, sometimes,” Ria said. She walked to the window to stare out over the Valley. The sunset light painted the scene before her in tones of fire and gold, the light bouncing off the inversion layer that hung over the metroplex. She’d told him the truth. She received truth in return. “There’s something you’ll want to know,” he said, and something in his voice kept her from turning back, kept her gazing out over the city.

Jimmie pondered that for a moment. “Well, that’s not the sort of thing you expect to hear about in the Big Apple, and I’ve never met anyone before who could say he’d seen elves, but—well, we’ve seen weirder things than elves, I guess. So, okay. ” She sounded as if she were pronouncing a judicial verdict. Luckily, it seemed to be in Eric’s favor. “My impression is that there’s too much Cold Iron around this town for elves to be anything but uncomfortable here,” Eric put in, hesitantly. At least, without a Nexus closer than the one at Elfhame Everforest.

Fitting back into the student life was much harder than he’d expected. M. Monday morning. It was set to an all news, all the time station, and a woman who sounded far too perky for this hour of the morning was chattering on about tie-ups at various bridges and tunnels. Eric staggered out of bed, groping for the “Off” switch. A cold shower jolted him awake, but his brain didn’t seem to want to take the hint and join the rest of his body. He dragged a comb through his hair and tied it back with a strip of rawhide, then grabbed the first things out of his closet—chambray shirt, featherweight suede vest in a deep rich burgundy, and well-broken-in jeans.

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