By Garth Nix
The dream international Aenir isn't a secure place. One fallacious step may end up in hazard, entrapment...or death. Tal and Milla needs to struggle their means via this moving landscape. they're looking for the Codex, a paranormal item that may make a decision the destiny in their worlds. Many creatures stand of their way--from the cloud-flesh typhoon Shepherds to a swarm of venomous Waspwyrms to a frightening determine named Hazror. Tal and Milla can't depart Aenir with no the Codex. yet discovering it will possibly endanger them greater than they have ever dreamed...
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He hoped the Codex had told her she wasn't going to kill him. He also felt the slight twinge of guilt he'd had previously grow stronger inside him. Tal still thought he'd done the right thing. The only thing. But now he was wondering if Milla could ever see it his way. Maybe making her swap her shadow for a Spiritshadow was like a Chosen not having a Spiritshadow. Maybe… maybe he'd turned her into a sort of Icecarl Underfolk. He'd really destroyed her future, he realized, when all he'd given up was his choice of Spiritshadow.
Tal called. " "I'm watching," rumbled Adras. He'd lost some of the extra water he'd taken on. It had evaporated while crossing the blue crystal desert and now the hot sands, but he was still fat and rather slow to move. Tal raised his Sunstone. He wouldn't be caught napping this time. As it drew closer, Tal recognized the creature. It was a thin animal, about the length of his forearm, with long, spindly legs and short forearms. It had a short tail and a long, thin snout. But its most distinctive characteristic was the silvery sheen of its skin.
They stood completely still, never moving. Milla hoped this meant they were asleep. She slid out through the door. At least that's what she thought she did. But somehow she ended up back inside the lower room, looking out. Puzzled, she stepped forward again. For an instant she was in the doorway, with her foot about to land on the bare earth outside. Then it came down on a wooden floor. She had stepped through the door, but it didn't lead outside. It took her back inside. There was some magic at work.
Aenir (The Seventh Tower, Book 3) by Garth Nix