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  • Fargus told me it took him hours and hours to find the exact right spot.

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  • Fargus heard screaming, smelled smoke, and felt the explosion of gunpowder.

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  • At first Fargus thought this was his punishment, but she told him that they were all in danger.

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  • As the flame got closer, Fargus tried to ignore the pain and keep a stony expression; he was determined to defy the Master.

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  • Fargus ran to her and was about to ask her to go upstairs when he saw what she was looking at.

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  • Fargus struggled to free himself from the two servants.

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  • Josephine felt tears running down her cheeks, wondering if Fargus and Ida were doomed to the same fate as Lucy.

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  • Ida searched for Fargus in vain, checking every room twice, joining the others only after Josephine convinced her that Fargus must have already left the manor.

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  • As Fargus stared at this pint-size boy, he began to see a blinding white.

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  • She looked at the knife and then at Fargus, who was trying to contain his excitement at seeing Ida alive.

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