Risk and Control

City of Dragons

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She tried to get her panic under control. What was wrong with her? She wasn’t a person who got scared easily. She was competent and strong. She could take care of herself. But not in a situation like this, a situation in which her skills meant nothing and she had no control over the risks involved. That, she realized abruptly, was what she disliked. The risks were wildly out of her control.

City of Dragons: Volume Three of the Rain Wilds Chronicles by Robin Hobb

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