„He thinks Goliath can end the war," Alek managed at last. "The man wants peace!"

"As do we all," Count Volger said. "But there are many ways to end a war. Some are more peaceful than others.“

—  Scott Westerfeld, livro Goliath

Fonte: Goliath

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História

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