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Chapter 9

  • Ezeudo's disappointment was apparent as he sank into his royal chair weakly and covered half of his face with his left palm. He went into deep thought. 
  • The disappearance of the Princess contributed to the death of his first wife, the Princess's mother. She was the only child of her mother and everyone adored her. Ezeudo would have become a dead man if not for his second wife who was there for him. 
  • The news about the new messenger was supposed to be a good one to Ezeudo, however, since he had lost hope of seeing his daughter soon, he could not explain how he felt about the news. 
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