The Anthropocene Reviewed

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Vin waited, on her knees. Weak, she told herself. Look weak. Make him leave you alone. Try to—"Soothing me will do no good," Zane said quietly, grabbing her by the front of her shirt, picking her up, then throwing her back down. Mist sprayed beneath her, puffing up in a splash as she slammed to the floor. Vin stifled her cry of pain.I have to stay quiet. If guards come, he'll kill them. If Elend comes. . .She had to stay quiet, quiet even as Zane kicked her in her wounded side. She grunted, eyes... watering."You could have saved me," Zane said, peering down at her. "I was willing to go with you. Now, what is left? Nothing. Nothing, but Straff's orders." He punctuated that sentence with a kick.Stay small, she told herself through the pain. He'll leave you alone eventually. . ..But it had been years since she'd had to bow before anyone. Her days of cringing before Camon and Reen were almost misty shadows, forgotten before the light offered by Elend and Kelsier. As Zane kicked again, Vin found herself growing angry.He brought his foot back, angling it toward her face, and Vin moved.

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Guest 9 months ago

Gave up when the author said 'we can leave the Earth's atmosphere' and proceeded to waffle on about 'Fauxvid'. Guy's an idiot. It's writers like this who joined in with the brainwashing and dragged those down with them. Fool.

Guest 6 months ago

you sound like the typical internet critic who has no appreciation for abstract theories and ideas in literature. Also, I don't see how leaving earth's atmosphere can be connected to brainwashing unless you willingly keep yourself in the dark about modern scientific developments.

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