Chapter Twenty-Three, Part Two: Recipe for Oubliette and OmeletteMature




In the middle of the vast circular room-shaped sea of overflowing library shelves, he sees a large chair with high clawfeet, footed by an oval pan of chipped steel. 

“Leave it to you to perform your tricks of dubious magick in a galvanized wash tin,” he finds himself murmuring, with no consent of lip- naturally he suspects the somber, spice-burgundy walls, and the man who papered them. 

No answer. 

He looks inside the rounded pan, and…

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