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PostSubject: far-off places, magic spells, a prince in disguise (open)   Sat Jan 17, 2015 11:48 am



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Lila adored the library. It was her favorite place to spend time. She found the building so comofrtable, like she was born to spend time in it. It occurred to her that at her core, as a child of Athena, she technically was born to love reading, and anything that could help her improve intellectually.

She carefully removed an old, dusty book from the shelf. It was one of the only ones she hadn't read yet. She found a small armchair in the very corner of the library, directly under a skylight. It was stormy out however, and even though there wasn't any rain, she still turned on the lamp next to her to see better.

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PostSubject: Re: far-off places, magic spells, a prince in disguise (open)   Mon Jan 19, 2015 4:11 pm





Echo loved the library, and the sad part was that she hadn't visited out in awhile. She loved to read and lately it's been hard for her to pick out a new book considering she had read a majority of the books at the camp library. As she made her way towards the camp library it began to start raining and she had put the hood of her coat on.

When Echo arrived, she smiled considering it was relatively empty. It was better for her, more quiet time. She found a book and sat down in a chair. There was a girl next to her who was a bit younger then her. She seemed nice and she looked like a younger sister to her. She had never seen the girl before and Echo usually knew everyone in the library. Echo smiled before leaning towards her. "What book are you reading?" She whispered to her. She knew to whisper because the librarians here didn't want any noises even though barely anyone was there. "I'm Echo, daughter of Ares." She said as she put her hand out.







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PostSubject: Re: far-off places, magic spells, a prince in disguise (open)   Mon Jan 19, 2015 6:50 pm



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Lila jumped at the girl's voice breaking the silence. "Oh, I'm reading A Wrinkle In Time." She gave a kind smile. "I'm Lila, daughter of Athena." She placed the bookmark between the slightly weathered pages. "It's nice to meet you, Echo." Lila loved the sound of rain. She closed her eyes and laid her head back on the back of her chair.
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PostSubject: Re: far-off places, magic spells, a prince in disguise (open)   Mon Jan 19, 2015 7:23 pm





"How is it? I've been looking for some new book to read." Echo said as she closed her book. She couldn't seem to find any books considering she had read a majority of the books at the camp library. She didn't want to go off campus either to go look for more books out of fear of running into monsters. Echo nodded her head. "It's nice to meet you too." She quickly added on. She tried to think of something to say, but nothing seemed to come to mind. "How long ha-" She didn't get to finish her sentence because the librarian shushed her. She lowered her a voice a little. "Sorry. How long have you been at camp?" She whispered to her.






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