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By Jim Butcher
For Gaius Octavian, lifestyles has been one lengthy conflict. Now, the top of all he fought for is shut handy. The brutal, dreaded Vord are at the march opposed to Alera. and maybe for the ultimate time, Gaius Octavian and his legions needs to stand opposed to the enemies of his humans. and it'll take all his intelligence, ingenuity, and furycraft to save lots of their global from everlasting darkness.
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As the line of prisoners disappeared down the street, Oliver knocked on the station door and entered. ’ Sergeant Cudban glanced back from locking the door to the cells. ’ ‘I’m afraid so,’ said Oliver. ‘Come on in laddie, don’t stand on ceremony. Your wee conjurer is already around the back. Would you like a nice cup of caffeel? ’ Oliver nodded. Sergeant Cudban was a brusque, straightforward uplander, and he had little patience for the worldsingers and even less for the superior manners of Oliver’s personal tormentor, Edwin Pullinger, the county’s Inspector Royal from the State Department of Feymist.
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He’s my uncle. ’ Harry stopped to look at Oliver as they left the field. ‘Young Master Brooks. Perhaps I should have recognized you. ’ That made Oliver start. ’ ‘That I did, Oliver. My trade sometimes put me in the path of your father and mother. You were nearly sick on me once, as a swaddling. ’ ‘No. ’ Oliver could not keep the pain out of his voice. ‘My uncle. ’ ‘It’s as hard to lose a brother as a father, old stick,’ said Harry, gently. Seeing the effect the conversation was having on Oliver, he stopped.