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For by death is wrought greater change than hath been shown. Whereas in general the spirit that removed cometh back upon occasion, and is sometimes seen of those in flesh (appearing in the form of the body it bore) yet it hath happened that the veritable body without the spirit hath walked. And it is attested of those encountering who have lived to speak thereon that a lich so raised up hath no natural affection, nor remembrance thereof, but only hate. Also, it is known that some spirits which in life were benign become by death evil altogether. - Hali. One dark night in midsummer a man waking from a dreamless sleep in a forest lifted his head from the earth

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2003
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
254
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
183.4
KB

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