“"Within reason" is not the sort of place one can easily find on a map; in fact, its location may vary considerably from one day to the next.”
“To be kept waiting is unfortunate, but to be kept waiting with nothing to read is a tragedy of Greek proportions.”Agatha Swanburne
“When things are looking up, there's no point in looking elsewhere.”Agatha Swanburne
The First Chapter: The nursery is becalmed, and Penelope reconsiders her position.
The Second Chapter: It was not quite the bird they were expecting.
The Third Chapter: Lady Constance plays a game of hide-and-seek.
The Fourth Chapter: Rhetorical questions are asked, but other questions are not.
The Fifith Chapter: A journey through Unmapped Territory, leading to Parts Unknown.
The Sixth Chapter: Penelope leaves her native habitat, while the Incorrigibles prepare to enter theirs.
The Seventh Chapter: Luckily, there are no cannibals in the woods— or are there?
The Eighth Chapter: The cave holds many surprises.
The Ninth Chapter: The hunt for the runaway ostrich is on.
The Tenth Chapter: The wolves confront the hounds, while the admiral keeps Lord Fredrick at bay.
The Eleventh Chapter: A request for help of a supernatural kind is sent, by post.
The Twelfth Chapter: A reunion is held, in secret.
The Thirteenth Chapter: Shocking news arrives from Beyond the Veil.
The Fourteeth Chapter: One of Agatha Swanburne’s less popular sayings is unexpectedly quoted.
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