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Re: Volume 1: Chapt. 1-15 (No spoilers, please)

Lucy is a very sad character to me.  She has no family, she makes no friends at Madame Beck's, so far at least. She is very judgemental of others. I don't know if I like her or not. At the end of Volumn One her depression as she wanders alone lost in the storm is heartbreaking. I hope there is help for her.Yvonne
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