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‘XXIV: Injustices’ Category

  1. Interlude: Anatoliy

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    September 13, 2015 by Lyn

    Anatoliy sat in his room for what seemed like an eternity after returning Kailani to her crew. At first, he just sat on his bed, head in his hands, and thought. Finally he stood, moving about the room. He did some busywork for Solomon; tidied his desk; made his bed.… Read on


  2. Chapter 72: Jamian

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    September 13, 2015 by Lyn

    Young teacher, the subject
    Of schoolgirl fantasy

    Mark – and Ivette and Joff, both of them flush with energy and giggling like kids – walked Jamian back to Ty’s suite. Jamian, who had watched them drawing energy from the very angry, flammable Emrys, hadn’t been able to participate: VanderLinden and Ty had spent long enough hammering home that draining people was a bad thing that he seemed unable to do it at all now.… Read on


  3. Chapter 71b: Kailani

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    September 13, 2015 by Lyn

    But I’ve got to get a move on with my life
    It’s time to be a big girl now
    And big girls don’t cry

    Aren’t Mentors suppose to help? Kai wandered out of Dr. Regine’s office, feeling more despondent than when she’d entered.… Read on


  4. Chapter 71: Kailani

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    September 13, 2015 by Lyn

    Does the pain weigh out the pride?
    And you look for a place to hide?

    Tolly’s arms were surprisingly gentle and comforting as he carried her through the halls. He was so big, it was like being a child again… no.… Read on


  5. Chapter 70b: Shahin

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    September 13, 2015 by Lyn

    It was a nice kiss. It was nice, for a moment, to just relax in his heat. But they still had a lot of things to resolve, and they couldn’t resolve them by kissing. Eventually, she had to stop kissing him.… Read on


  6. Chapter 70: Shahin

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    September 13, 2015 by Lyn

    What kind of debacle had they walked into, Shahin wondered, looking around the infirmary. People lay everywhere, on every flat surface large enough to hold a body. They were so overworked that a student, a Fifth Cohort at that, had been given an impromptu primer on healing by Doug to provide first aid.… Read on


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