I— lost a particular friend at Culloden,” he said. With half his mind he wondered why he should speak of Hector to this man, of all men; a Scottish warrior who had slashed his way across that deadly field, whose sword might well have been the one … At the same time, he could not help but speak; there was no one to whom he could speak of Hector, save this man, this prisoner who could speak to no one else, whose words could do him no damage.

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@zona-wiedzmina saw this and thought of you!


John Barrowman, with his lovely Scottish accent, answering the question “Whose bigger, him or David Tenn(inch)ant)