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The Orphan Master's Son

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When they were under the sheets, Sun Moon spoke.
“Here are the rules,” she said. “The first is that you will begin work on the tunnel, and you will not stop until there is a way out. I’m not getting trapped again.”
He closed his eyes and listened to her demand. There was something pure and beautiful about it. If only more people in life said, This is what I must have.
She eyed him, to make sure he was listening. “Next, the children will reveal their names to you only when they decide.”
“Agreed,
...” he said.
Far below, dogs began baying in the Central Zoo. Brando whimpered in his sleep.
“And you cannot ever use taekwondo on them,” she said. “You will never make them prove their loyalty, you will never test them in any way.” She trained her eyes on him. “Tonight you discovered that my husband’s friends are happy to hurt you in public. It is still within my power to have one person crippled in this world.”
From the botanical gardens down the hill came an intense blue flash that filled the room.


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Guest 5 years ago

It's long but compelling to the end. The changes of perspective reflect the disassociative feelings the author is trying to convey. It reminded me of kite runner

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