Princeps' FuryBook - 2008
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Isana: And you're sending me? Why?
Gaius: ... Because Doroga trusts you, and he most definitely does not trust me.
Isana: You did say he was astute. (P. 109)
"Feh. Aquitane thinks me his enemy. The fool. If I truly hated him, I'd GIVE him the Crown." (P. 111)
"Slavery must end, sir," Durias said. His tone was quiet and respectful, but the words were made of granite and steel. "From there, we are willing to abide as any other freeman. But not until all Alerans are free."
"That isn't going to be simple or easy," Tavi said.
"Worthy things often aren't, sir." (P. 225)
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