Monday, August 23, 2010

Guest: Chakor Sonrin

Chakor Sonrin is from Burden of Prophecy. He is a newer character for Anastasia, showing up by surprise and taking over the story. His role is larger in Book 3, Precipice of War. He loves Letarri and started a little battle with Etharas in Book 1 and Anastasia is curious to see how far Chakor will go for his love.

Dearest Anastasia,

I thought to stick with the theme for this week and write you a letter. I know I came as a surprise to you in the story, but I wanted to say I appreciate the fact you allowed me to stay. It has been fun living in your head so far and I look forward to many more fun times together.

That being said, I want to know why I must wait until the very end of the series to be with Letarri again. Couldn’t I travel with her? She needs support and protection. And don’t you dare say that Etharas will look after her. I took over when he faulted at his post, thus why I am here now. He is not responsible enough to look after anyone, not even himself. We both know this. I suppose she does have her sisters and Drache seems to have a good head on his shoulders. But still. I would feel much better if I could protect her myself.

Just think about. I know it would require a huge re-plot to Books 2, 3 and 4, but I really think it would be better in the long run. What do you think? Don’t answer that, I already know what you’ll say. I suppose I should just accept things the way they are. I’ll do it for you because I respect you.

I recently saw in your head that you thought to bring my brother into Book 3 as a side plot. While that might be great for the readers, I want to tell you right now that I hate the idea. My brother and I do not get along and in fact, I’d be very happy living the rest of my long without ever seeing him again. Why must you torture me more? You take Letarri from me then bring my brother into the picture? I know, you must do what is best for the story, but why do I have to suffer because of it?

Oh I can already see your response. “But I torture everyone, Chakor.” That is true, but you can’t have one exception and leave one of us alone? That one being me of course.

Will you at least think about my ideas? I know you will. And I’ll remind you if you don’t. Again, I appreciate you letting me stay at all. I might be pushing my limits here by even asking these things of you, but it doesn’t hurt to ask.

Forever yours,
Chakor Sonrin

1 comment:

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    Dawn Embers | August 23, 2010 at 3:12 am
    That is a well written letter, Chakor. As an outsider to the novels, it’s interesting to read about some of the aspects from the different perspectives.

    Anastasia V. Pergakis | August 24, 2010 at 1:18 pm
    Oh Chakor! You are so funny. I do take every idea of yours into consideration but you’re right. In the end I have to do what is best for the story — and everyone else involved.

    J.D. Brown | August 24, 2010 at 10:18 pm
    Chakor, you are one of my favorite characters. Seriously. But that *might* be because I have so much fun watching you and Etharas argue. Teehee.


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