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  • Michael shared from Ender's Game (The Ender Quartet series Book 1) by Orson Scott Card
    out and died young. We need a Julius Caesar, except that he made himself dictator, and died for it. My job is to produce such a creature, and all
    Note: When people feel they're your equal they envy your success because "they could've done it too."Step your game up and even your detractors have to respect you
  • Michael shared from Siege of Darkness: The Legend of Drizzt, Book IX by R.A. Salvatore
    But what of faith? What of fidelity and loyalty? Complete trust? Faith is not granted by tangible proof. It comes from the heart and the soul. If a person needs proof of a god’s existence, then the very notion of spirituality is diminished into sensuality and we have reduced what is holy into what is logical.
  • Michael shared from Sojourn: The Legend of Drizzt, Book III by R.A. Salvatore
    The sprite struck back, digging a deeper cut into Drizzt’s forearm. Finally Drizzt chose a tactic that Tephanis could not counter, one that took the sprite’s advantage away. He slammed Tephanis into the wall, then tossed the stunned creature off the cliff.
    Note: Yeah that'll do it.
  • Michael shared from Sojourn: The Legend of Drizzt, Book III by R.A. Salvatore
    “We could call in a ranger,” one of the other farmers offered hopefully as the dispirited group began to depart. “I heard there’s one in Sundabar, one of Lady Alustriel’s sisters.
    Note: Is it foreshadowing if the book is a prequel to later events?
  • Michael shared from Exile: The Legend of Drizzt, Book II by R.A. Salvatore
    We all are prisoners at one time or another in our lives, prisoners to ourselves or to the expectations of those around us. It is a burden that all people endure, that all people despise, and that few people ever learn to escape.
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Michael D. Brown