There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written, or badly written. That is all.

Oscar Wilde‘s ‘Picture of Dorian Gray

As Sebastian Melogre read out loud the contents of the massive tome of Behavioral Punishments, he also closely watched every single facial feature of Torquaz. Maybe pushing him by mentioning his sister would suffice to make him lose control. However, Melogre wouldn’t try to trick fate. He still remained Dantena van Torquaz, the Immortal of Shyrpal.

Sniffing the smoke of his chimney, Melogre contained his cuff, before remembering his years in Kesh, riding at the back of the army, while the Warmaster himself rode ahead of his squadron. The Warmaster known as Dantena van Torquaz, closely followed by the Temerian greatest sorcerer, the Marquis of Lubac himself, rode in front of Sebastian’s spearsmen squad.

That day Sebastian Melogre thought he would never belong to the same world as this living legend.

Now, he took the decision to whip him for missing the Twilight line-up.

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