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Redeemed / (by P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast, 2014) -

Redeemed /  (by P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast, 2014) -

Redeemed / (by P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast, 2014) -

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Redeemed / (by P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast, 2014) -
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2014
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P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast
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CHAPTER ONE Zoey Ive never felt this dark. Not even when Id been shattered and trapped in the Otherworld and my soul had begun to fragment. Then Id been broken and battered and well on my way to losing myself forever. Id felt dark inside, but the people who loved me most had been bright, beautiful beacons of hope, and Id been able to find strength in their light. Id fought my way out of darkness. This time I didnt have any hope. I couldnt find a light. I deserved to stay lost, to remain shattered. This time I didnt deserve to be saved. Detective Marx had taken me to the Tulsa County sheriffs office instead of sticking me in jail with the rest of the criminals who were newly arrested. On the seemingly endless trip from the House of Night to the big brown stone sheriffs department building on First Street hed talked to me, explaining that hed made a callpulled some stringsand I was going to be put in a special holding cell until my attorney could make arrangements for my arraignment, so I could get released on bail. Hed looked back and forth from the road to my reflection in the rearview mirror. Id met his eyes. It didnt take more than a glance to read his expression. He knew I had no chance for bail. I dont need a lawyer, Id said. And I dont want bail. Zoey, youre not thinking straight. Give it a little time. Believe me, youre going to need a lawyer. And if you could get out on bail, that would be the best thing for you. But it wouldnt be the best thing for Tulsa. No one is going to let a monster loose. My voice had sounded flat and emotionless, but inside I was screaming over and over and over. Youre not a monster, Marx had said. Did you see those two men I killed? Hed glanced at me in the mirror again and nodded. I could see that his lips had pressed into a line, like he was trying to keep himself from saying something. For some reason his eyes were still kind. I couldnt meet them. Looking out the window, Id said, Then you know what I am. Whether you call it monster, or killer, or rogue fledgling vampyreits all the same. I deserve to be locked up. I deserve whats going to happen to me. Hed quit talking to me then, and Id been glad. A black iron fence surrounded the sheriffs departments parking lot, and Marx drove to a rear entrance where he had to wait to be identified before a massive gate opened. Then he stopped and led me, handcuffed, through a back door and a big, busy room that was sectioned off with cubical dividers. When we walked in, cops were talking and phones were ringing. As soon as they saw it was Marx and me, it was like an off switch had been thrown. The talking stopped and the gawking started. I stared straight ahead at a spot on the wall and concentrated on not letting the screaming that was going on inside me come out. We had to walk all the way through the room. Then we went through a door that led to one of those rooms that look like the ones you see on Law

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