By Margery Brown, Culverson Blair
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Margery Brown (Author), Culverson Blair (Illustrator)
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38 If it was their own goal they got ten points. If it was either of the other two goals they scored five. For every other player the ball crashed into, seven points were added. If it hit Radius Leg and threw him against the boundary wall, the team got fifteen points plus one extra point for each broken bone. That day the ball flew straight down toward Merlinmary, but she was ready. She grabbed it and, ignoring the smell of her own fur singeing, she spun around in a blur of sparks and fire before hurling it with an almighty scream.
And if 30 you think that math is boring, which of course it is, you don’t have to go to any math classes. The only rule is that you have to go to four classes every day. The Flood twins, Morbid and Silent, went off to study invisibility. Satanella trotted off to her Special Breeds class. Winchflat, who was brilliant at everything, shook a little bag with all the lessons written on different tiles, like Scrabble pieces, and picked out the class he would go to first. His favorite class was genetic engineering, so to make sure he went to that class more often than the others he had twentythree tiles with “genetic engineering” written on them and only one each for the other subjects.
The full thought was: I wish I was anywhere but here doing any job but this, preferably a job that never brought me within two miles of anyone under twenty-five. What have I done to deserve this? Did I lock the back door when I left the house? I haven’t even got a back door. I haven’t even got a house! And so on. Prebender Glorious taught invisibility and he taught it very badly. 10 It was a talent or curse he had been born with, and he had no control over it at all. Over the years it had brought him a lot of embarrassment, excitement, six months in prison, several million dollars, and a string of failed love affairs.