Julia and I arrived back to a sense of virulent entropy.

Julia could feel Gerard’s presence upon entering Collinwood.  A séance was discussed, and the risks are dizzying.  But so are the benefits.  If only we could convince Elizabeth of its necessity, and of our shared peril, but she’s accursedly stubborn in her denial.

Quentin continues to jest about Daphne — while reading histories, he says that if he’s going to be under her control, he might as well know all about her.  What is Quentin concealing?  Fear?  Morbid fascination?

David, perhaps, should be told the truth.  He is key.  But would that work to prevent our downfall or just accelerate it?




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