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"The child stared at her or at nothing, trying to breathe, and trying again to breathe, and trying again to breathe" (A Bad Thing, pg. 6.)

"'So those who had been both dragon and human changed, becoming two peoples—the dragons, always fewer and wilder, scattered by their endless, mindless greed and anger, in the far islands of the Western Reach; and the human folk, always more numerous in their rich towns and cities, filling up the Inner Isles and all the south and east'" (Going to the Falcon's Nest, pg. 15.)

"He laid his hand on hers; she bent down to him; he spoke his name to her, so that after his death he might be truly known" (Ogion, pg. 28.)

"The dragon turned its immense head and in a completely animal gesture nosed and sniffed at the man's body" (Kalessin, pg. 48.)

"Sparrowhawk disappointed Aunty Moss. He stayed alive" (Bettering...

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