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Malice (The Faithful and the Fallen, #1) Malice by John Gwynne
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“I shall stay and tell my tale, hope that it may serve some purpose, that eyes shall see it and learn, that the future will not repeat the mistakes of the past. That is my prayer, but what use is prayer to a god that has abandoned all things . . .”
John Gwynne, Malice
“Come, boy, it is time for a lesson. Let me teach you the power of words,”
John Gwynne, Malice
“Storm. I shall call her Storm.”
John Gwynne, Malice
“Both the brave man and the coward feel the same. The only difference between them is that the brave man faces his fear, does not run.”
John Gwynne, Malice
“You can tell much about a man by the company he keeps, by his friends, and his enemies,”
John Gwynne, Malice
“The mountains were gone, replaced by a lush green vale. A river flowed out of the mountains, twisting in great curves through the vale until it”
John Gwynne, Malice
“History is of value. If more of us took heed of the mistakes of the past, the future could be a different thing.”
John Gwynne, Malice
“The God-War is coming.”
John Gwynne, Malice