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Two guards. Two prisoners. A multitude of problems.
"He knew what his prisoner's expression would be before he saw it: a mixture of apprehension, wary hope, and the expression he had come to fear most of all – determination."
- Part 4 of Life Prison
"'Oh,' said the representative. 'Well. If he turns violent, I suppose you can take care of him yourself. I mean, if the stories about you are true . . .'"
The High Seeker of the Eternal Dungeon visits a foreign prison.
This is a side story in the series, but you can read it without having read the rest of the series.
"Sweet blood, Tom, sometimes I wonder at your innocence. Why do you think that your prisoners were sent to prison? It wasn't for lacing daisy chains."
One of them rapes prisoners. The other wants to help prisoners. So why are they talking to each other?
As guards send each other telegraph messages through their prisons' coding offices, strange developments occur in the life prisons of the Magisterial Republic of Mip: hardened prisoners become reformers, idealists dally with danger, and the prison keepers struggle to keep control. The strangeness will only become odder when two guards, who hold very different views on the proper handling of prisoners, strive to find common ground.
- Part 3 of Life Prison