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"The opening sets the stage for what’s to come. We know this: there is a boy; he’s fifteen and planning to run away from home; he’s being advised by a Boy named Crow about the realities of his plan. ‘On my fifteenth birthday I’ll run away from home, journey to a far-off town, and live in a corner of a small library.’

I’m left wondering: ‘Why the library?!’"
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