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dwarf took a deep breath, and extracted from the horn a deep, throbbing sound.
People drummed their fingers on the edge of the tables. The orang was sitting with a huge rapt grin on his face, as though he'd swallowed a banana sideways.
Susan looked down at the hourglass marked Imp y Celyn.
The top bulb The Librarian's hair was standing on end, all over his body. The ends crackled.
It made you want to kick down walls and ascend the sky on steps of fire. It made you want to pull all the switches and throw all the levers and stick your fingers in the electric socket was now quite empty of sand, but something blue flickered in there.She felt tiny pin‑like claws scrabble up her back and find purchase on her shoulder.The Death of Rats looked down at the glass.SQUEAK, it said, quietly.Susan still wasn't good on Rat but she thought she knew 'uh‑oh' when she heard it.Imp's fingers danced over the strings, but the sound that came from them was no relative to the tones of harp or lute. The guitar screamed like an angel who had just discovered why it was on the wrong side. Sparks glittered on the strings.Imp himself had his eyes shut and was holding the instrument close to his chest, like a soldier holding a spear at the port. It was hard to know who was playing what.And still the music flooded out.