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“Fencing Lesson” an excerpt from Set the Seas on Fire by Chris Roberson October 20, 2007

Posted by sallehon in Uncategorized.

February 1795

It was late afternoon when Hieronymus Bonaventure arrived for his lesson at the disused carriage house, not far from his parents’ home. He was running late, as usual, and Giles Dulac was there waiting for him, as always, already standing on the makeshift piste at the centre of the packed dirt floor, sword in hand.

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1. AnysfurbImmopsynum - January 3, 2009

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