Shaggy gets desperate
- “You picked a good fight,” Listens-to-Wind said. “Not a very smart fight. But that old ghost is as close to pure evil as you’ll ever see. Good man always stands against that.”
- “You had it on the run,” I said. “You could have killed it.”
- “Sure,” Listens-to-Wind said. “Would have been a chase, and then more fight. Might have taken hours. Would have made the old ghost desperate. It would have started using innocents as shields, obstacles, distractions.” The old medicine man shrugged. “Maybe I would have lost, too. And while it was going on, spiders would be eating fat old hill-billies and picking their fangs clean with their bones.”
- Butcher, Jim. Turn Coat (The Dresden Files, Book 11) (pp. 465-466). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
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