Scythe

by

Neal Shusterman

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Rowan Damisch Character Analysis

One of the novel's teenage protagonists, the other being Citra. When the reader meets Rowan, he's a self-professed "lettuce kid"—a forgotten middle child who believes his life is pointless. He does, however, demonstrate early on in the novel that he's compassionate and caring by insisting on holding his classmate Kohl Whitlock's hand when Scythe Faraday comes to school to glean Kohl. This act of kindness causes Faraday to ask Rowan to train, along with Citra, to become a scythe. Rowan sees becoming a scythe as a way to infuse his life with purpose. Though he continues to question the righteousness of gleaning, he believes fully in Faraday's ideas when the two are together. Faraday makes a point to develop Rowan's compassion even more, and it often impresses Citra. Rowan harbors a crush on Citra, and throughout the novel, he throws competitions with the hope of letting her win. This becomes even more important to him after Faraday self-gleans, and the maniacal Scythe Goddard takes over Rowan's training. Rowan does his best to cling to his humanity, but he quickly watches himself transform into what Faraday called a "killing machine": someone who is desensitized to the act of gleaning and, horrifically, actually enjoys it. While he becomes increasingly skilled at killcraft, Rowan also does what he can to maintain a sense of decency. He helps people escape during Goddard's mass gleanings, tries to comfort Scythe Volta, one of Goddard's followers who is less convinced that Goddard is good, and writes several journal entries that he later burns about how he's becoming a monster. Despite all of this, Rowan begins to hear Goddard in his head and even sees the point of several of Goddard's beliefs, such as that people who cannot feel pain—that is, most people in the novel's present—cannot properly feel joy. After Goddard takes his cronies and Rowan on a gleaning rampage at a Tonist cloister, Rowan takes matters into his own hand, kills Goddard, Chomsky, and Rand, and burns the building. Though he's not chosen to receive his ring, Citra cleverly grants him immunity and helps him escape. He goes on to become an unordained scythe called Scythe Lucifer and takes out corrupt scythes.

Rowan Damisch Quotes in Scythe

The Scythe quotes below are all either spoken by Rowan Damisch or refer to Rowan Damisch. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Simon & Schuster edition of Scythe published in 2017.
Chapter 2 Quotes

Suddenly Kohl thrust his hand out, grabbing Rowan's and holding it tightly. Rowan allowed it. He wasn't family; he wasn't even Kohl's friend before today—but what was the saying? Death makes the whole world kin. Rowan wondered if a world without death would then make everyone strangers.

Page Number: 24
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Chapter 7 Quotes

The idea that not all scythes were good was something neither Rowan or Citra had ever considered. It was widely accepted that scythes adhered to the highest moral and ethical standards. They were wise in their dealings and fair in their choices. Even the ones who sought celebrity were seen to deserve it. The idea that some scythes might not be as honorable as Scythe Faraday did not sit well with either of his new apprentices.

Page Number: 79
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"But people could read it. The Scythe Archive is open to everyone."

"Yeah," said Rowan, "like the Thunderhead. People can read anything, but no one does. All they do is play games and watch cat holograms."

Related Symbols: Thunderhead
Page Number: 82
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Chapter 8 Quotes

He clicked on each name and brought up four pictures. He immediately regretted it, because the moment those names had faces, they became people instead of parameters.

Related Symbols: Thunderhead
Page Number: 89
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Chapter 24 Quotes

"Never lose your humanity," Scythe Faraday had told him, "or you'll be nothing more than a killing machine." He had used the word "killing" rather than "gleaning." Rowan hadn't thought much of it at the time, but now he understood; it stopped being gleaning the moment one became desensitized to the act.

Page Number: 239
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"Embrace it, Rowan. Suckle at its transformative breast. You may think gleaning is an acquired taste, but it's not. The thrill of the hunt and the joy of the kill simmers in all of us. Bring it to the surface and then you'll be the kind of scythe this world needs."

Related Characters: Scythe Goddard (speaker), Rowan Damisch
Page Number: 240
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Chapter 28 Quotes

Tyger left with the other professional party people, with whom he seemed to share much more in common now than with Rowan. Rowan wondered if there was anyone from his old life he could relate to anymore.

Page Number: 311
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Chapter 40 Quotes

"Had she lived, who knows what she might have done. Perhaps she could have changed the world and redeemed her family name. I choose to be Scythe Anastasia. I vow to become the change that might have been."

Related Characters: Citra Terranova (speaker), Rowan Damisch, High Blade Xenocrates
Related Symbols: Anastasia Romanov
Page Number: 428
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Rowan Damisch Character Timeline in Scythe

The timeline below shows where the character Rowan Damisch appears in Scythe. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Chapter 2
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Rowan sits next to the bed of his friend Tyger in the revival center, as Tyger... (full context)
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The next morning, Rowan runs into Scythe Faraday at school. Rowan offers to walk with him to the office... (full context)
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Faraday explains that he's going to kill Kohl by electrocuting him. Hearing this, Kohl grabs Rowan's hand. Rowan asks if Kohl has any last words. Kohl doesn't, but Rowan decides to... (full context)
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Just before lunch, Marah Paulik, Kohl's girlfriend, slaps Rowan for letting Faraday kill him. Rowan tries to explain, but Marah won't listen. A crowd... (full context)
Chapter 3
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...of the box seats, which are for the elite. In the box is a boy (Rowan) in an ill-fitting suit. Rowan thanks Citra for the invite and Citra laughs, showing him... (full context)
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Rowan thinks back to how things changed after Kohl Whitlock was gleaned. After being beaten regularly... (full context)
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Faraday leads them through galleries of old masters' paintings and finally, Rowan asks why they're here. Faraday asks what they've learned and then, how it would be... (full context)
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...she expected her life to go and wonders if she could find purpose in gleaning. Rowan's decision is easier to make; he doesn't want anyone else to have the responsibility, and... (full context)
Chapter 4
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...has a learner's permit to glean; that she must become incorruptibly moral; that she and Rowan cannot entertain any thoughts of romance; that she must study history, philosophy, science, and killcraft.... (full context)
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Soon after Rowan and Citra unpack their things, Faraday calls them to accompany him to the supermarket. Rowan... (full context)
Chapter 5
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...Only one woman seems genuinely pleased to see Faraday and is interested to hear that Rowan and Citra are his apprentices. After she moves away, Faraday explains that she works in... (full context)
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While Citra, Rowan, and Faraday are in the checkout line, one teen races forward and kisses Faraday's ring,... (full context)
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That afternoon, Faraday, Citra, and Rowan go to the woman's office, and Faraday tells her that he's going to kill her... (full context)
Chapter 7
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Scythe Faraday tells Rowan and Citra that over the next year, they'll learn how to glean using blades, firearms,... (full context)
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...her that this is a good thing, as she needs compassion to be a scythe. Rowan and Citra learn that Faraday never repeats a gleaning method, as he believes that each... (full context)
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Faraday gives Rowan and Citra leather-bound journals to use as their apprentice journals. Rowan hates writing in it,... (full context)
Chapter 8
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Faraday then tasks Rowan with doing research for his next gleaning. Rowan almost lets the Thunderhead help him, using... (full context)
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The next afternoon, Rowan's chosen man returns home to find Faraday in his living room. Rowan closes the front... (full context)
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Citra is impressed by how Rowan behaved, as he did most of the emotional work. She refuses to let Faraday take... (full context)
Chapter 10
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One afternoon in March, Rowan goes to visit Tyger and play basketball. Tyger shares that everyone in school thinks that... (full context)
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Feeling rebellious, Rowan invites Tyger to come to Faraday's house since Faraday is gleaning in another city. Rowan... (full context)
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...that it seems that every scythe has given up something to atone for their job. Rowan asks her one day what she'd give up and notes that she's already giving up... (full context)
Chapter 11
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...milk before bed. Often, after difficult gleanings, Faraday is already asleep, so either Citra or Rowan drink it. The night of the man's resistance, Faraday is asleep. His ring catches Citra's... (full context)
Chapter 12
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A week before Vernal Conclave in May, Scythe Faraday explains to Citra and Rowan what the conclave is. It exists because the Scythedom isn't controlled by the Thunderhead, so... (full context)
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A few days before conclave, Rowan and Citra stay up late studying. Citra, riled, slams her book shut and tries to... (full context)
Chapter 13
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...standard train the day before and at 6:30 in the morning, he leads Citra and Rowan to the Capitol Building. Citra is concerned when she realizes that the High Blade doesn't... (full context)
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...rotunda, there's an elaborate breakfast spread. Faraday points out several notable scythes to Citra and Rowan, including Scythe Curie, who's known as the Grande Dame of Death. Citra notices a scythe... (full context)
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Rowan tries to hide how nervous he is from Citra. He inserts himself into a conversation... (full context)
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...Nobody owns up to the accusation and Xenocrates moves on. Faraday whispers to Citra and Rowan that Goddard likely accused himself so that nobody will go after him. (full context)
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Rowan pays attention to more of what goes on outside the assembly room during mealtimes. He... (full context)
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Lunch is a lavish buffet and uncharacteristically, Faraday fills his plate. Curie approaches Rowan and Citra and tells them that for scythes who take their vows seriously, conclave is... (full context)
Chapter 14
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Citra and Rowan join the other six apprentices in lining up in front of the assembly. Curie steps... (full context)
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Curie then asks Rowan what he fears most. Rowan nonchalantly insists he's not afraid of anything, which Curie deems... (full context)
Chapter 15
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During the train ride home, Citra tries to say that she won't glean Rowan. Rowan points out that whoever wins will have to glean the other. He also says... (full context)
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...is a silent affair. Faraday finally speaks and says he's going out alone, but for Rowan and Citra, nothing has changed. After Faraday leaves, the tension in the house rises. Rowan... (full context)
Chapter 17
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Citra and Rowan wake up after midnight to the sound of pounding on the front door. They see... (full context)
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Rowan, Citra, and Xenocrates take a private hypertrain to Xenocrates's home in Fulcrum City. He lives... (full context)
Chapter 18
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...here and hungry. Citra wonders if Faraday had a secret hobby and thinks briefly of Rowan. (full context)
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...Curie took her on. Curie says that Scythe Goddard offered to take both Citra and Rowan, but she couldn't bear the thought of him pitting them against each other every day. (full context)
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Citra understands, but thinks Curie's offer didn't do much good—she or Rowan will still have to glean the other. Citra then asks why Curie gleaned the man... (full context)
Chapter 20
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While Scythe Volta accompanies Rowan to Goddard's residence, Rowan starts thinking to himself that he's going to die. He and... (full context)
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The car drives up to a huge estate and lets Rowan and Volta out into the middle of a loud party. A servant leads them to... (full context)
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Rowan looks around and notices a young girl playing in the pool. He comments that a... (full context)
Chapter 21
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The party at Scythe Goddard's mansion continues for another day. Rowan almost enjoys it, but he's jerked back to earth when scythes shake his hand and... (full context)
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The first day after the beating, the pain is so bad that Rowan wants to die. Volta visits and spoons soup into Rowan's mouth. He speaks to Rowan... (full context)
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Goddard visits Rowan on the third day. He helps Rowan out of bed and stands him in front... (full context)
Chapter 22
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...was with him shook him. Citra vows to never glean children. She thinks sometimes of Rowan and hopes that if she can prove that Faraday was murdered, she won't have to... (full context)
Chapter 24
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Rowan can feel himself growing numb. He remembers Scythe Faraday telling him to not “lose [his]... (full context)
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Rowan spends his days training with Goddard, Chomsky, Volta, and Rand. Rowan often disagrees with what... (full context)
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Rowan grows strong and muscular. He writes thoughtful things in his journal, but it's not genuine—Goddard... (full context)
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Esme lurks around Goddard's mansion and continues to perplex Rowan. She seems to like Rowan and tells him to stay with Goddard after he becomes... (full context)
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One day, Rowan arrives for training to find Chomsky, Volta, and Rand there with Goddard and a bunch... (full context)
Chapter 25
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In his journal, Rowan writes that he's amazed at what's happened in the last few months. Scythe Goddard is... (full context)
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Volta wakes Rowan up at dawn and tells him to get ready: they're gleaning today. A helicopter arrives... (full context)
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The helicopter lands on the roof at Magnetic Propulsion Laboratories. Goddard, Chomsky, Rand, Volta, and Rowan push past a security guard, and the scythes race down the stairs. Rowan tells the... (full context)
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The building is on fire when Goddard leads Rowan and his followers out. He points out to Rowan that the firefighters can't put the... (full context)
Chapter 26
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...a feast that night. He, Chomsky, and Rand seem thrilled with their day's work, but Rowan and Volta are disturbed. Esme whispers to Rowan that Volta is always cranky after a... (full context)
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Rowan understands now that Esme is a prisoner here too. He asks her if Goddard ever... (full context)
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Rowan says that he knows Volta only pretends to like mass gleanings. Volta slams Rowan against... (full context)
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Rowan whispers that he thinks Goddard is a killer, not a scythe, and killing like Goddard... (full context)
Chapter 27
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Citra can't wait to share what she's learned about Scythe Faraday with Rowan at Harvest Conclave. She keeps her investigation a secret from Curie and spends her days... (full context)
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At Harvest Conclave, Goddard and his group arrive in a diamond-studded limousine. Nobody notices Rowan trailing behind. Curie and Citra walk to the Capitol Building through a crowd. Several people... (full context)
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People surround Rowan before he can find Citra. Young apprentices ask what Goddard is like and speak poorly... (full context)
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...away. Curie tries to object but can't. She murmurs that Goddard is untouchable. Citra avoids Rowan at lunch and gets to meet old, revered scythes like Scythe Mandela. They discuss that... (full context)
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...Scythe Cervantes calls the other apprentices to him for a Bokator competition as their test. Rowan and Citra fight each other last. Rowan knows that he has to throw the match... (full context)
Chapter 28
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...is pronounced legally alive after two days. Curie visits that night and tells her that Rowan was disqualified, but they both failed the test. Citra remembers the look in Rowan's eyes... (full context)
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Scythe Goddard brightly toasts Rowan when he, Volta, Chomsky, and Rand get home. Rowan sees Esme watching and feels ashamed,... (full context)
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Goddard tells Rowan that parties like this are how people are supposed to live. Rowan wonders if Goddard... (full context)
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Rowan sees Xenocrates jump into the deep end, but the High Blade doesn't come back up.... (full context)
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As the party ends, Tyger finds Rowan again and excitedly says he hopes he can come earlier to the next party. Rowan... (full context)
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Later, Volta and Rowan play pool and discuss the possibility that someone killed Faraday. Volta thinks that Citra is... (full context)
Chapter 29
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In his journal, Rowan writes that he's apprenticed to a monster. He agrees with Scythe Faraday that nobody who... (full context)
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...with herself for not knowing what Citra was doing. When Citra admits that she told Rowan, Curie says that Rowan's choice to break Citra's neck suggests he's in league with Goddard.... (full context)
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...confession. If she signs, she'll be held in an old prison and after Winter Conclave, Rowan will glean her. Xenocrates gives her a pen and as Mandela opens the door to... (full context)
Chapter 31
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...journal entry was about her, and Curie says he probably knows it wasn't—he just wants Rowan to become a scythe. (full context)
Chapter 32
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...a confession. She wonders if she could stay in Amazonia and never have to face Rowan again. As night falls, Citra sees her target come onto the patio. She fires a... (full context)
Chapter 34
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At first, Rowan tries to keep a tally of all the people he renders deadish. He soon loses... (full context)
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...thought a lot about the morals and ethics of being a scythe. She knows that Rowan hasn't learned any of that with Goddard, but she still wonders if he learned enough... (full context)
Chapter 35
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...year. Everyone but Chomsky, who insists on using his flamethrower, packs samurai swords. Goddard instructs Rowan to bring an extra as he says that they're going to glean "rabble." The helicopter... (full context)
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...Rand shoot him down and draw their swords. Volta draws his and says quietly to Rowan that it'll be over quickly. Goddard tells Rowan to stay at the gate to keep... (full context)
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Rowan finds Volta sitting against a column, crying and covered in blood. He kneels down and... (full context)
Chapter 36
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Rowan finds Goddard in the chapel with just the curate alive. Goddard brightly tells Rowan that... (full context)
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Rowan feels dizzy from the smell of the blood and the smoke, and he almost talks... (full context)
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Rowan steps outside wearing Goddard's robe and ring. He tells the assembled firefighters that the fire... (full context)
Chapter 37
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Two days after Goddard's death, Xenocrates sits with Rowan and promises to ban fire in conclave. He marvels that Rowan made it out alive,... (full context)
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Xenocrates mentions that there are rumors that a scythe addressed a group of firefighters. Rowan says he's seen the videos, and Xenocrates goes on to say that they've found the... (full context)
Chapter 38
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...the bathroom to wash and tells her how the other candidates did. She says that Rowan drew the pistol and pulled the trigger before they had even finished reading the instructions... (full context)
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Rowan arrives alone for Winter Conclave, dressed in black. As he ascends the steps, one scythe... (full context)
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...Several other scythes approach to tease Curie about Faraday's embarrassing journal entry, and Citra watches Rowan enter the rotunda. She notices that Rowan seems strangely cold. Curie instructs Citra to not... (full context)
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Rowan doesn't approach Citra. He knows that if Citra wins, she'll glean him. He's afraid to... (full context)
Chapter 40
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Citra and Rowan greet each other and then face Xenocrates. Mandela makes a speech and then says that... (full context)
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Rowan knows they made the right choice as Mandela asks Citra how she plans to glean... (full context)
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Rowan takes three blades and fights his way to the door. Citra watches him go and... (full context)