Chapter Twenty-One Balance Luga and Casey stood atop the roof of a sundry goods shop, surveying the battle spread through the city. His army had started strong, even pushing hard north on the western front for a while, but something had shifted the tide of battle, and now his people were falling back, setting pickets and securing territory. They would have to engage in trench warfare, it seemed.
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