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From: Peter Westlake <peter@harlequin.co.uk>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Brother and Sister
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2000 12:03:00 +0100

At 23:08 2000-08-18 -0500, Robert Borski wrote:
>In addition, we have the following admission from Fava in regards to
>maintaining her youthful composure: "It's been so hard staying young for you
>while I dined with your grandmother. I kept having to stop on the way to
>Duko Rigoglio's palace, or on the way back, to find another child."
>Certainly, Hansel and Gretel--er, Brother and Sister--would be appropriately
>snackable, especially as the inhumi tend to return to previous sites to
>feed, frequently victimizing the poor because they live in dilapidated

I see what you mean about Bricco, but Brother and Sister live on
an entirely different continent to Fava. She is finding children
(different ones each time, by the sound of it) between Incanto's
farm and Soldo.

SBear (which almost sounds Italian, doesn't it? I hope it isn't rude ...)

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