Here is my last paragraph, and it’s likely that I will erase it as well as its chapter and the previous 3 because it’s a mess full of inconsistencies.
The immature features of Leïv’s face fades away, suddenly giving way to an expression that couldn’t be more serious as he turns his gaze to Virgo.
“Actually, now that I’m here, it turns out that I to have to talk to you, it’s pretty urgent.”
“Not today,” she replies curtly, “I’ve had enough visits for the day. Come back tomorrow, and maybe I’ll listen to you.”
“I think it’ll interest you.”
“Without wanting to disrespect you, I strongly doubt that anything coming from you can arouse my curiosity.”
He pulls from one of his bracelets a thick piece of folded paper that was hidden there. He unfolds it before the eyes of his sisters, revealing a huge page with golden reflections, completely blank, and whose one of the sides, damaged, seems to suggest that it was torn from a book. But not just any: a memorial book, a special collection psychically related to an individual and his mind. A collection that only Panna, through her powers, has the opportunity to reveal. And if a page is torn off… It’s not a good sign.
“I would like to know why it was in my home,” Leïv says in a deep voice.
There’s indeed enough to wonder : the badge at the bottom of the page, whose green color is unveiled by the reflections of gilding in the sun, certainly can’t determine exactly who is concerned, but proves that its origin collection belongs to one of the three Earth Goddesses: Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn.