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Inside this Book – Nick opened his eyes and blinked. He felt the warmth of decaying straw rising from below and cool autumn air penetrating from above. But it was an unpleasant sensation that woke him: three points of cold metal pressing into his throat, chest, and belly. He thought of the pitchfork, always propped against the wall near the barn door. “Get up,” a familiar voice said. “How c-can I?” Nick replied. He knew there was fear in his voice, but that was all right. The man holding the pitchfork might take pity. “Show your face, then,” the voice growled. He prodded with the pitchfork as he spoke. Nick whimpered. He was sure the middle tine had pierced the skin on his chest. He could feel his heart hammering under the wound. Moving cautiously, he reached up and pushed the straw away, revealing his dirt- smudged face. The farmer glared down at Nicks thin nose, brown eyes, and tangled mop of dark hair. Nick had watched this man from hiding for nearly a month now. But the farmer had never known Nick was there until now. “Oh, Geoffrey, its just a boy!” said a second voice. The farmer’s wife stood behind her husband, holding an enormous knife.
Inside this book –The Thief and the Beanstalk PDF Book by P.W. Catanese – He did not care if the legend was true or not. The only thing that mattered was the fortune. “If we can find a way to get inside, there’s enough gold in there to make us rich as princes,” said Finch. The two men observed the great house as it gleamed under the full moon. They were hidden in the inky undergrowth at the forest edge. Finch was by far the bigger of the pair, handsome and powerfully built, with a neatly trimmed mustache and a little triangle of a beard. His companion was a dirty gnome of a man called Squint. There were twelve altogether in Finch’s band of thieves. Finch was careful about whom he enlisted. He preferred his men strong, fast, and deadly with weapons. Slightly built Squint was the exception, but there was a reason. Feeble as his body was, his acute eyesight had proven valuable to the band on many occasions. Finch was counting on Squint now to help him see a way into Old Man Jack’s house. House? Fortress is a better word for this place, thought Finch. It was not nearly as big as some of the impressive castles he had seen here and there in his wanderings, or the one he had been driven from years before. But in this remote area, it was the largest structure for many miles around. Yet the purpose of its architecture was not to be big; the intent was to be impenetrable. There was only one entrance, a massive wood and iron door that looked sturdy enough to defy a battering ram. There were windows high and low, but they offered little promise. The low ones were narrow slits, crossed by heavy bars. The upper windows were wider but far out of reach, nearly forty feet off the ground.
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