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- Above all else, he had to show control, for what afflicted him was so uncontrollable.Chapter 32 (52% in)
- Someone whose afflictions were not explained in twenty years of training, but were understandable if one thought about the pains and the losses, the unending waves of violence ... all ending in futility.Chapter 34 (51% in)
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