Anne Rice - v1, Lasher

We can find out all about its past after its dead so

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Unformatted text preview: y and age, they find needles in hay- stacks. And you are a bit more like the family emerald, lost in a box of jewels. Not so hard to see you, snatch you, snare you, keep you, the way no one could have ever done when you were Julien's daemon or fiend. He stopped at the door of the bedroom. All was as he had left it. Hamilton reading. The nurse with her chart. The candles giving off the sweet good odor of expensive wax, and the shadow of the Virgin's statue dancing behind them, the shiver of the shadow thrown across Rowan's face and giving it a false life. He was about to resume his old position when he spied a movement LASHER in the bedroom at the end of the hall. Must be the other nurse, he thought, but he didn't like it, and he went down the hall to check. For one moment, he couldn't make out what he was seeing-a tall gray-haired woman in a flannel gown. Sunken cheeks, bright eyes, a high forehead. Her white hair was loose over her shoulders. Her gown hung to her bare feet. The twinge in his chest became...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2010 for the course WRITING 220.200 taught by Professor Julie during the Spring '10 term at Johns Hopkins.

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