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  1. Chapter 23C: Speak for yourself

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    February 26, 2016 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Olisama looked up at Piadro.  Piadro looked down at Olisama.  It was the ridiculous royal that broke first, surprising Enrie – and probably everyone else in this discussion group.  “I suppose my parents would be irked if I caused trouble with the enclaves in my first year of school.” Piadro chuckled, …
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  2. Chapter 23B: Who Speaks for Their Idiots?

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    February 24, 2016 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Piadro barely spared Falivia a glance.  He took another step towards Olisama, who had raised her chin and was very clearly about to start in on another rant of one sort or another. Enrie looked at the Bitrani woman.  They could let this go, or… “Clearly,” Falivia continued, “every group, …
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  3. Chapter 23A: Who Speaks for Whom?

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    February 22, 2016 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Enrie caught her breath.  It was one thing for Olisama to be rude and unbearable to a small group of first-year students.  But what she had just done… “My cousin, the unfortunate Student Olimmosamyimosama—” Falivia cut her off with a hand.  “She obviously does not speak for you, Enerenarie, and …
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  4. Chapter 22C: And a Push Back Again

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    February 19, 2016 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Olisama was staring at Enrie with obvious rage and, more than rage, confusion.  “Do you honestly not care what you’ve done?” “I care.” Enrie lifted her chin and glared at her cousin.  “I plan on graduating Edally Academy on merit.  I know what happens to cheaters in the royalty, and …
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  5. Chapter 15A: What happens when you cross a tarpani and a rat?

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    December 14, 2015 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    Enrie hadn’t been under any illusion that demanding to sit with her friends was actually going to get her anywhere.  The Cevati Bitrani were too angry, too wound-up, and too much older than her. They didn’t know her from the next girl, and even if they did, they were unlikely to …
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