A seemingly endless stream of time passed before one of the large double doors opened and the boy was finally taken into the courtroom. The air hit him as sharply as a thousand daggers… So many eyes locked on, drilling deep into his toughened skin, like screws that would never come out. For a flickering moment he looked around. These people… he barely knew any of them and yet they had already deci...
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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 12, 2012)
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