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Published: 2007
Language: English
Wordcount: 44,215 / 120 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 83.3
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 1,037
Added to site: 2007.12.28 19528
License: by-nc-nd

A video game is the platform on which a Russian orphan’s wish comes true.

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s great. Their destination draws close and he has to come down.

He catches the last of the instructions and manufactures his gist of the conversation, "... like the way you always do it." The receptionist now sits outside the boss's office. Page has to walk towards his boss's office if he wants a face-to-face with his girl. From his desk he can see her side on.

The wholesome visuals and dialogue for all the family on the screen do not lessen her enthusiasm as she kneels in front of him and does as she pleases. The usher showing a couple to their seats does not see, and when she is done she finds her purse, the one she has been looking for in the dark.

The top drawer of her desk is now full of them: lace ones, silk ones, clean ones, and spare ones. He watches her open the drawer as their boss leans over her shoulder pretending to consume figures on the screen. His short email, which brings their faces around at the same time to where he sits, his eyes on his own screen, says, "Hi. Finishin



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