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"Everyone my age remembers where they were and what they were doing when they first heard about the contest" (Prologue, p. 8).

"Dozens of books, cartoons, movies, and miniseries have attempted to tell the story of everything that happened next, but every single one of them got it wrong. So I want to set the record straight, one and for all" (Prologue, p. 15).

"Ok, on second thought, maybe honesty isn't the best policy after all. Maybe it isn't a good idea to tell a newly arrived human being that he's been born into a world of chaos, pain, and poverty just in time to watch everything fall to pieces" (Chapter 1, pg. 23).

"I knew the crush I had on Art3mis was both silly and ill-advised. What did I really know about her? She'd never revealed her true identity, of course. Or her age or location in the real world" (Chapter...

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