It’s time to find you a new home. Claudia walked to a nearby, abandoned mausoleum with broken doors and tossed the urn inside. The ashes spilled out on top of moldy plaster, growing weeks and a decaying lead-topped casket.Chapter One, Claudia’s Revenge
Some years later, when eternal prosperity seemed to have returned to Buenos Aires, a local university wrote a commemoration about the revolution, that grew “into a tumbling sea of noise that disquieted the morning peace and rattled teacups off the drawing room table.”Chapter Three, Eternal Pledge
The unknown number of feral cats that live in the Recoleta Cemetery enjoy the milk and food left by well-wishers, but chiefly reside there to live among the dead. The cats hear their sighs, share their secrets, and learn the true history of Argentina.Chapter Two, The Sins of Enrique
That hot cup of warmth, whose sips became balms of forgiveness, hope, peace among the guests, whose memory remained among them but grew dim over time as it wasn’t repeated and thus could not be nurtured for others, stayed with Rocio, being the one thing she’d love to impart to the living if she could.Chapter Four, Clear Accounts and Thick Chocolate
Enrique spent the next few days wandering the streets of Buenos Aires. He went to the cemetery and strolled around, the first time that he was able to enter since his future death there. He was ignored by everyone, even the cats.Chapter Five, Enrique Revisited
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