As a sequel to The Gospel of Maire, this is great, but even as a stand alone story it's simply a wonderfully crafted piece. These are some of the deepest characters I've encountered at this site, and the author's deep devotion to them is apparent.
I also have to remark on the pacing of the story - it's masterful. It flows so gently, and ever faster as the human and natural events coincide. I love this series and greatly look forward to reading the next entry. Amazing job, f-ceska!
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