By Diane Duane
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The robot suddenly began emitting what Nita thought at first were more metal-stress sounds, but after she got past how deafening they were, she found she could catch the occasional word through them, and the words were in the Speech. Oh good, Nita thought, for there were quite a few alien species scattered throughout the Local Group of galaxies who knew the Speech, using it as a convenient common tongue. “[Grind, groan, screech] difficulty [screech-moan-crash] entropy [moan, moan, clunk-crash] communications,” the robot said.
Where to first? “Darryl’s school,” Kit said. “Let me get us invisible first. ” Kit reached out to one side and traced his finger down the air, “unzipping” his claudication pocket, then reached in for the wizard’s manual. When he bounced it in his hand, it fell open at the spot Kit had previously marked, the invisibility spell. The wizardry was as he’d left it, in a partly activated state, waiting for the last few syllables to be pronounced. Kit said them, and felt the wizardry take, expanding to fold around him and Ponch and then snug in close.
The chicken this time, Ponch said. Kit looked at his dog, then at the label on the can. ” I don’t have to read. I can hear you doing it, Ponch said. Anyway, the color’s different on the food with chicken in it. Kit grabbed a different can and popped the top, shaking his head, and emptied it into Ponch’s bowl. “The color” he said after a moment. ” Ponch paused in his eating. Maybe we do, he said. But important things look different. Kit shook his head. Whatever color his dog saw his food in, it didn’t matter much, as it all swiftly went inside him, where theoretically everything was the same color, especially after it was digested.
A Wizard Alone: The Sixth Book in the Young Wizards Series by Diane Duane