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I loved the epilogues, though. They made me feel warm and fuzzy. *spoilers* Ghavrel Send a noteboard - 16/03/2011 12:30:10 AM
I was actually surprised at how few characters died. I was expecting Tavore to go down, and I'm pleasantly surprised she didn't. I still don't know how I feel about her breakdown, though.
"We feel safe when we read what we recognise, what does not challenge our way of thinking.... a steady acceptance of pre-arranged patterns leads to the inability to question what we are told."
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