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Wot, Nott, Kakuri and the HU BA HOU: The Fabled Crest When they had finished eating, Nott said, “That was the best tasting bread and tea that I have ever had!” “You’re welcome,” someone replied from within the shade of undergrowth. Then, as quick as before, the selfsame little people reappeared, clearing everything away before disappearing again. “I’m beginning to like it here,” said Nott, watching the last of the little people disappear behind a shrubby bush. “Don’t get too relaxed, Nott. Remember what we have come here to do,” Wot reminded him. “I know, I know,” Nott replied, annoyed that eat bread is so soon forgotten. Gazing up at the rapidly darkening sky, Wot said, “I think it might be safer if we make our way across the sea by night, under the cover of darkness. Come on, follow me, we need a boat.” Nott obediently followed. Wandering along the seafront, searching for anything they might use to cross the lonely sea, the two friends found nothing even faintly resembling a boat. Further down the coast, the ground rose into a small hillock, a tremendously overgrown hillock. “That looks interesting,” said Wot, pointing it out to his friend. A pair

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Wot, Nott, Kakuri and the HU BA HOU: Part One - The Fabled Crest  

We were not boy wizards, vampire’s assistants or even living skeletons, we were normal everyday people living normal everyday lives, with no...

Wot, Nott, Kakuri and the HU BA HOU: Part One - The Fabled Crest  

We were not boy wizards, vampire’s assistants or even living skeletons, we were normal everyday people living normal everyday lives, with no...

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