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Michael makes the story jump from the first paragraph and then deftly takes us through the tale from Omylia's point of view. We learn the outcome of the conflict between men and elves quite quickly, and it is clear that the elves are scapegoating their young women for retribution since they can't do it to humans.
He deftly paints the choices that the vanquished had at the time of the conclusion of the battle. In this, he echoes many themes present in the world today, made real in this fable he has written.. This is a very strong story and I hope he intends to continue the tale.
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