What’s For A Girl?

In Feast Fables, Chapter 3 The Lady’s Best Judgement , the Lady facilitated the man Jipsut’s escape by waking, stretching and turning.

Now Kerrid streams down from the mountain. Behind her, at Bargli’s trance floor, two men lie crushed beneath a pole, dislodged in the resultant earthquake. And how many others might likewise be trapped? How many dead? And how can she, a girl, give aid and make amendment – for wasn’t it she who prayed for the Lady’s intervention?

Feast Fables, Chapter 4: What’s For A Girl?

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