From the Books: “'Up ahead are bein’ the Hajdari dens. They’ve guards out, but they’re usually lettin’ anyone pass with no foolishness. Jes’ be strollin’ past all unconcerned like.'
We nodded and followed Anzhelko’s instructions. Out of the corner of my eyes, I saw that the side passage had been fortified. A couple of spearmen eyed us, weapons poised, but said nothing as we went by. About thirty yards down the hall, just past a natural curve, Anzhelko halted us and both Spiridonand Veselko shuttered their lanterns. They said nothing except to shush us as we waited in the dark."
- Where Now the Rider, p. 344