Tag Alder Tales by Charlie Smith

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Publisher
Your Scrivener Press
Date of release
Pages
143
ISBN
9781896350158
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
4
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I looked at the stern, sad, compassionate person Bedivere, thinking about those years that we shared with him from the time when he came to Rheged, to take me to the south to the groom. He was devoted, honest and balanced, and I was very pleased that he is now next to me. - Tell me about everything - I whispered. - Are you sure you want to hear it? Maybe it's better just to acknowledge the existence of a boy ... and do not go into detail? I desperately shook her head. - I should know. I can endure everything, but to understand how it was ... He was silent for a long time looking at my face, then sighed and said, not taking his eyes from the distant trees.



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