The Monster at the End of this Book

Unlike Grover, we may have good reason to be scared


Zion, hear me! It is true what many of you have heard. The machines have gathered an army and as I speak that army is drawing nearer to our home…I stand here before you now truly unafraid!…I remember that for one hundred years we have fought these machines! I remember that for one hundred years they have sent their armies to destroy us and after a century of war I remember that which matters most! We are still here!

Morpheus speaks at the Rave in a Cave
Oedipus and the Sphinx, Gustave Moreau, 1864

Ah, mon cher, for anyone who is alone without God and without a master, the weight of days is dreadful. Hence, one must choose a master, God being out of style.

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