Excerpt: Medusa – The Lost Daughter

From “Athena’s War”

Justice is not always reserved for those
who deserve it, but for those who will be
protected by those who will provide it.

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Excerpt – Medusa – The Lost Daughter

From “The Prophecy”

Like the sun retreats in the west each night,
and as sure as the day will draw to an
end each evening, a mortal’s life hastens
to end in an uncertain amount of
hours, days and years.

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Excerpt: Medusa – The Lost Daughter

From “The Last One”

One should be leery of the guest who comes
unannounced, for such guests rarely come
by accident, but by a careful plan.

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Excerpt: Medusa – The Lost Daughter

From “The Gatekeeper”

The gatekeeper revels in the power
of denial, deciding who’s worthy
and who is not. The lack of entry quells
the voice of the powerless and those who
lack the proper keys.

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