Leigh Eddings

2 Quotations from Leigh Eddings

everywhen adv. 2000 D. Eddings & L. Eddings Redemption of Althalus 230 If it’s playing with distance that way, can’t it play with time the same way?… You told us that the House is everywhere—all at the same time… It’s everywhen then, too, isn’t it? What I'm getting at is that there’s probably a door to last week somewhere in the House—or one that leads to next year.
somewhen adv. 2000 D. Eddings & L. Eddings Redemption of Althalus 542 Everything in the world’s always moving, since the world’s part of the sky, and the sky moves all the time. When we talk about miles, what we're really talking about is hours—how long it takes to get from here to there. I think that might be why nobody can see Emmy’s House, since, even though it’s always here, Emmy can make it be here somewhen else.