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Kylar After Elene's Sacrifice
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I just finished the third book, and I have to say, Elene's death ripped me to pieces.While it's never clear there is a God orchestrating things, Elene believed fervently there was and this force held…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Inept Feb 5.

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Inept replied to Codrus's discussion Kylar After Elene's Sacrifice
"I would be temped to agree with Dylan, but only add, that Elene too made choices. Throughout the books she was depicted as helpless, vulnerable, and entirely too naive for the world in which she was born.  She existed only because others…"
Feb 5
Dylan replied to Codrus's discussion Kylar After Elene's Sacrifice
"One thing about your statement of you would walk through the small, wooden door is that it isn't possible. This is due to the fact that he chose to remain immortal it wasn't tha Ka'Kari it was him. Also, Elene would of died regardless…"
Feb 2
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Kylar After Elene's Sacrifice

I just finished the third book, and I have to say, Elene's death ripped me to pieces.While it's never clear there is a God orchestrating things, Elene believed fervently there was and this force held all her trust and she gave her whole being over to serving it.Elene was the kind of person who wanted to help make the world a better place and yearned to be an important role; she was willing to sacrifice herself for others and the God she believed in. As she told Kylar: when Kylar died the first…See More
Oct 29, 2014
Codrus replied to Liger01's discussion Jenine and Dorian relationship question
"I believe that although Dorian wasn't exactly her type, she owed so much to him and respected him for who he was what he was doing and wanted herself to love him. As time passed and she came to know him more and more her respect grew and she…"
Oct 29, 2014

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