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This is one my favorite books hands down. Particularly for one line where Granny describes what sin is -- Sin is treating people as things. What do you all think of that?

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Wordwizard I like that thought, in large part because it's a version of the idea of sanctity that doesn't depend on what a god said once that people disagree over. Granny's got very little time for gods, but she's got a good sense of what's sacred and what's a violation of that. It gives a certain breadth to the world.
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