A pagan hearing the lapping of the waters around Charon’s boat could not have felt more desolate.
He came up the walk with the springy stride of a savage and his fine head was carried like a pagan prince.
There was about his movements the same pagan freedom and leashed power Scarlett had noted that night Atlanta fell, something sinister and a little frightening.
Drink and dissipation had done their work on the coin-clean profile and now it was no longer the head of a young pagan prince on new-minted gold but a decadent, tired Caesar on copper debased by long usage.
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