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By Jack L. Chalker

The evil darkish Baron has escaped and joined forces within the a ways North with the grasp of the useless to theaten all of Husaquahr with enslavement. basically Joe can cease them -- yet Joe isn't any longer particularly himself. actually, he is not yes who he's!

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Now, as it came in, hestill wasn't quite sure. It was a big thing, flat but raised up, with a real hull, and there was a huge single sail on a mast in the center controlled by some kind of rope-and-pulley system that extended to the sides of the ship and seemed to go down into the water. There seemed to be lots of some sort of large fish, maybe dolphins, ahead of it in the water as if scouting the way, but, aboard, there appeared to be no wheel, no wheelhouse, and no apparent crew! As it drew closer, it was clear that the big fish or whatever they were in front were on lines, like a team of horses attached to a big wagon, and that they were in fact steering the boat that way, although the main propulsion came from the manipulations of the single sail.

A friendly librarian, used to the problem, read it for them. Dancers danced. Period. The Rules removed or prohibited all things that might interfere with that function. Dancers did not need reading, writing, or the like, so that was simply eliminated as a possibility. Dancerscould read and write music, however, if they desired to learn it. Yet they had quite an innate mathematical sense, something Tiana had heretofore lacked. It appeared that dancing involved a whole lot of instant, unthinking calculations.

Joe? " "Ti? " She made her way over to him. "Same as you, I guess. I tripped over something on the pier and the next thing I knew I was in the water. " He laughed and soon she laughed with him. " "Oh, he went in between the buildings. He'll be fine. " She chuckled. "God! I must look a fright. As bad as you do! " "Yeah, it's almost a shame. Here we are alone together and free for the first time in a long time, and look at us! " She thought about it. " "Huh? You mean—over there? " "Why not? " He thought about it.

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