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I love seeing a story evolve over several books and watching characters develop.
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Happiness depends on being free, and freedom depends on being courageous.

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The god of lies must love you, you see things so clearly.

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She saw him and didn't understand how she had ever missed his beauty. How it didn't always strike her as it did now, like a blow.

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You could offer her a seat," Arin said.
"Ah, but I have only two chairs in my tent, little Herrani, and we are three. I suppose she could always sit on your lap.

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Your promises are worth nothing.

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You snored," Kestrel said. "I did not." "You did. You snored so loudly that the people in my dreams complained.

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Truth was like an exploding star: violent, glitteringly beautiful. Now that I had seen it, felt it, it was impossible to settle for anything less.

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She could've slept then. She wanted to. Sleep was blind, it was deaf, and it would take her away from this room and these men.

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She looked concerned. That decided him, Arin took a deep breath. His stomach changed into iron. His body was girding itself in a way he knew well. Arin was tightening the muscles needed before a plunge into deep water. A punch to the gut. The life of the hardest, lowest, highest, notes he could possibly sing. His stomach knew what he'd have to sustain.
"Marry him," Arin said, "but be mine in secret."
Her hand lifted from the tiles as if scorched. She sat back in her chair. She rubbed at her inner elbow. She drank the dregs of her wine and was silent. Finally, she said, "I can't do that.

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What did you tell the queen?"
"I told Inisha about you."
"What, exactly?"
He hesitated. "I'm afraid to say."
"I want you to."
"You might leave."
"I won't."
He stayed silent.
She said, "I give you my word."
"I told her that I belong to you, and no other. I said that I was sorry.

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It occured to him that he might have to grow comfortable with happiness, because it might not abandon him this time.

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Thoughts, too, have their seasons, and she
couldn't stop what worked its way up
through the underground of her mind. And
what were her thoughts? What did she gather
in secret, in guilt? What did she hold, and
lift to the light to see better, and what did she
drop as quickly as she could, as if it were hot
to the touch?

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