„“What can you do?”
“I can bring you in dream to one who dreams of you.”
“Will that help me?”
“No. But you will come, because you will hope that it will.”“

Source: Orphans of Chaos (2005), Chapter 23, “Dreams and Desires” Section 1 (p. 305)

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