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approach
used in The Throne of Fire

16 uses
  • I could tell that was her final answer, so Carter and I approached Bes by ourselves.
    Chapter 24 (59% in)
  • Chaos and screaming still filled the ballroom, but I tried to stay calm as I approached the monster.
    Chapter 2 (54% in)
  • I made a loose slipknot in the middle, like a huge necktie, and carefully approached the griffin.
    Chapter 2 (79% in)
  • He approached Desjardins, who was still staring at the curtains of light.
    Chapter 3 (80% in)
  • I'll only approach the prison from the outside," she promised.
    Chapter 4 (59% in)
  • As the shabti approached, Walt retreated.
    Chapter 5 (75% in)
  • Then approach, goddess.
    Chapter 12 (32% in)
  • ] As I approached the sarcophagus, the water began to shimmer.
    Chapter 14 (6% in)
  • Didn't have money for artists and funeral rites, so they tried the do-it-yourself approach.
    Chapter 16 (25% in)
  • The battle approaches.
    Chapter 17 (49% in)
  • As the group approached, Desjardins struggled to his feet.
    Chapter 17 (89% in)
  • I held the Book of Ra, hoping it would get warmer as we approached the sun god, but no such luck.
    Chapter 20 (52% in)
  • I kept reading, though I was quickly approaching the end of the spell.
    Chapter 20 (83% in)
  • Either he'd approached so silently, I hadn't heard him, or he'd materialized out of thin air.
    Chapter 21 (45% in)
  • For a second I thought he meant Desjardins, who was still crumpled lifelessly over the broken railing, but Apophis climbed into the boat, ignoring the Chief Lector, and approached the throne of fire.
    Chapter 22 (64% in)
  • Together we approached Ra.
    Chapter 22 (92% in)

There are no more uses of "approach" in The Throne of Fire.

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