Hello and welcome to episode twenty-four of Prose.
This week, hear a war story, go from dangerous debauchery king to pious preacher, and experience the ashes and remnants of lives left after one too many battles.
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This week, we have “Them,” “Reverend Tommy,” and “Scorched” by Nicholas B. Morris.