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Archie disliked violence—most of his assignments were exercises in the psychological rather than the physical. That’s why he got away with so much. (Chapter 2 paragraph 12)

The shadows of the goalposts definitely resembled a network of crosses, empty crucifixes. That’s enough symbolism for one day, Obie told himself. If he hurried he could make the four o’clock bus to work. (Chapter 2 paragraph 16)

Leon didn’t mean Archie’s help—he meant the help of The Vigils. And didn’t dare put it into words. No one was allowed to breathe a word about The Vigils. (Chapter 4 paragraph 26)

What did they know about the agonies of it all? The nights he tossed and turned? The times he felt used up, empty. (Chapter 5 paragraph 33)

Listen, Goubert. The assignment is more important than anything else, understand? More important than you, me or the school. That’s why we’re going to give you some help. To get the... (Chapter 8 paragraph 55)

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