Showdown in chapter 21 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt

Daphne expects the same favorable treatment meted out to Marie Antoinette before the Revolutionary Tribunal

All Daphne Vane originally wanted was not to have a marriage forced on her by the Council. But her marriage became tangled up with many other political issues of greater import to others, and she stands before the Council accused of violating its dearest values. Can Daphne succeed in bringing the Council over to her side? And even if she does, what political consequences will there be? Find out in “Daphne plays out her hand,” chapter 21 of To Ride the Lightning Bolt.

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About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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