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Laia finds the Resistence and tells them who she truly is to convince them to help her.
The tattoo on your neck! The fist and flame. My father put it there. You were the second he tattooed, after my mother.
Laia informs Mazen aka the head of the Resistance about her family connections to the defying organization that plans to overthrow the empire.
His name was Jahan. You called him Lieutenant. My sister's name was Lis. You called her the little Lioness. My- my mother's name was Mirra. But you- everyone called her the Lioness. Leader. Head of the Resistance. They wanted to fight. Lis was old enough to stay with them. But Darin and I were too young. They left us with mother's parents.
Mazen doesn't believe Laia to be who she says she is until Sana persuades him into believing that Laia looks exactly like her father, Jahan.
Mazen. Look at her. She has Jahan's eyes, his hair. Ten hells, she has his face.
I'm not telling tales. Mother left home when she was 16. Nan and Pop didn't want her to go.
You tell a good tale girl. But Mirra didn't have parents. She was an orphan, like me. Like Jahan.
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