From “The Wandering Fire”, Chapter 7

This probably means absolutely nothing to anyone else without all the context, but I said I wanted to be able to toss out a quote that caught me attention, so I shall anyway.

With sorrow and wonder both, he followed the sound of a harp to another door and, opening it, bade all three of them to come back with him, one for the God, one for the Goddess, and one in the name of the children, and for bitterest love.

— The Wandering Fire by Guy Gavriel Kay, Chapter 7

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