"Are you kidnapping me?" Tiffany asked. She seemed more curious than scared. "What?" Vartan replied, startled. "It's okay if you do. They don't have any horses back in the village. And I can't be Princess Starshine without a horse. But I won't marry you. You're too old." Miach emitted a strangled cough. Edan giggled outright. "I'm already married," he replied. "And you're too skinny." "I am not!" "Yes you are," he said. "Now behave, or you'll have to walk all the way to camp. And you can't be Princess Starshine without a horse."
Amy Thomson is the author of Storyteller, Through Alien Eyes, The Color of Distance, and Virtual Girl. She won the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer in 1994. Her novel The Color of Distance was nominated for the 1995 Philip K. Dick Award and her novel Storyteller was a finalist for the 2004 Endeavour Award. She recently finished her fifth novel. When not writing, she can be found out standing in her field, gardening. Or maybe traveling to Mongolia or building a kayak.
Storyteller The Color of Distance Through Alien Eyes Virtual Girl
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