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By Mark Halliday

Human, starvation, happiness, desire, center, and Halliday all commence with h, as does ham. twist of fate? probably! yet seldom have the flour of the humanistic and the egg yolk of honesty combined extra swellingly with the yeast of wish and the salt of self-doubt—not to say the olive paste of ambition.

Halliday has whacked loss of life and Mutabilitie earlier than, yet this time . . . this time he whacks them back. After this Jab, the realm seriously is not an analogous. Or at the very least, a couple of hundred conversations, right here and there, may be a little affected. Roll over dying, and inform Mutabilitie the news.

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