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Gemini by Jack Dalton


by Jack Dalton

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The thing about mirrors, You might not like everything that's in them, But you cannot deny the existence of those things. To do so only brings harm to yourself. Even if you break all of the mirrors, The blood will be on your hands.
This book is dedicated to Janet and George Napolean,
my natural mother and my natural grandfather,
whose names and spirit were a large inspiration for this story;
and to all of my families around the world,
I have been so fortunate to have you as my teachers;
and to my friends, for being friends.
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I guess you could say that I have never been one for religion.
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