For the next several weeks, I will be posting quotes from Mardan's Anointed.
The following quote contains some of Aldan's thoughts on war. At the beginning of Mardan's Mark, Aldan was the slave of a Norlan pirate captain. Freed from that life, he chooses to take sides against Norland. In doing so, he must learn to be a warrior but more than that, a leader. As such, he will send men to their deaths and—worse, yet—men will choose to die for him.
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