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The Eighth Square (Fayborn, #2) The Eighth Square by J. Aleksandr Wootton
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“The November evening had a bite; it nibbled not-quite-gently at her cheeks and ears. In Virginia the late autumn was a lover, still, but a dangerous one.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“Sunrise over the mountain-forest was gorgeous - Aurora brushing out her golden tresses with a comb of dark-needled pine and bare-limbed oak.”
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“Oceans recede and coastlines wither and crack. Nations lapse; others soon swagger in their places. Mountains crumble to dust, rains vanish into the sea, winds return whence they came, and every city men build has but a jumble of bones for its foundation. What is your need to me? I am the Watcher in the Dark.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“I have lain long here in your mind, longer than any nightmare has before me. I have sunk my roots into your worst imaginings and feasted on your memories. I know you, child.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“You are much larger than anything you encounter while you sleep. Everything that happens in dream takes place on a small stage in a corner of your mind.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“Death breached the silence first. 'Mortals are always calling for me,' he said, 'Especially mortals whose suffering is very great, and especially mortals whose suffering is of their own making, and especially mortals who have never known suffering.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“The great risk of living is that we might not survive it.”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“Just because you believe in fairies doesn't mean you have to believe everything they say!
-Petra Godfellow”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square
“A fear conquered is a fear harnessed.
-Wysteria Morningstar”
J. Aleksandr Wootton, The Eighth Square