From the foot of the mountain range across the shallows bordering the back end of Dino Island, a tall and slender tree watches with a careful, patient eye as the crawdad jets through the water and disappears beneath a sizeable rock. Shortly after, The Mink flares from the bushes in an explosion of rage felt only by predators when their prey evades them yet again.
This is an anger the tall and slender tree knows well, all too well, so there it remains standing, biding its time, motionlessly a’watch from the shoreline.
This has been the eighth subchapter of the fourth chapter of the book The Monksville Chronicles. Here is everything you need to know about it:
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