Grave Mercy: His Fair Assassin, Book I Quotes

R. L. LaFevers
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"That I survived, according to the herbwitch, is no miracle but a sign I have been sired by the god of death himself." Chapter One, p. 1

"We carry out Mortain's will when He wishes to alter the warp and weft of life's weave for some purpose of His own."
Chapter Two, p. 15

"The sounds he makes are ugly and desperate and fill me with uncertainty. Then I remember that this man is betraying my country, my duchess, and I pull tighter, praying to Mortain for strength." Chapter Eight, p. 76

"'Ismae,' she says, serious once more. 'Duval is one of the duchess's most trusted advisors. It is critical we know where he stands.'"
Chapter Nine, p. 85

"Twice now you have gotten to men before I did. And while you and your saint are interested in meting out retribution, I am interested in information that can guide our...

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