“In front of her, not far away, strode a flock of deer silhouetted in the almost sunrise. Mica caught her breath. Something about their long legs casting spindly shadows and their twitching tails filled her with warmth.
“There, see? It’s nothing,” Rebekah said. But Mica caught something sad in her voice.
“No. Not nothing.”
Rebekah motioned to them. “Just stupid deer. They don’t know anything.”
“Doesn’t make them nothing.”

Lost in the Empty Places, Mica must lead a blind woman and her Burned sister in search of the man who might be Perseus. But how do you find one person in an endless and empty nothing?

Read The Windrose and the Mountain from the beginning here. Or start Ben’s story, The Burning of West Six, from the beginning here.