- A Life of Rare Delight
- 'Money isn't everything. But I've been poor, I've been rich, and I've learnt that I'd rather be rich. And rich I am, enough to have bought protection against even my Foe if he ever finds me under my new name. Adepts need to eat like anyone else. It won't last. One thing I learnt from my reckoner days: no matter how many years you have, they run out in the end. And just now, no-one's shooting at me, and I have a ballroom to put my Christmas tree in. If that's not a happy ending, I don't know what is.' - Personal Journal, 'Velvet House', December 1927'
Ending Flavour: Grand