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Lend Me Your Ears

Rachel Lawson

Narrator Rachel Lawson

Publisher: Paige Turner

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When Fate's assassin Lance, the Necromancer, quits job his job when a ghost follows him home leaving actor Fate to do his job and his friend the Reaper king Blake to cover for him on the stage. 
"The Necromancer was spooked apparently a ghost of a victim followed him home and terrorized his family, so he went on strike," said Blake. 
"Terrorized his family, that's enough to make anyone break," said the Fox. 
"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; 
I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him." said Argent Lumiere who was playing Marc Antony in a production of Julius Caesar. 
A man walked from the auditorium on stage dropping a pile of ears out of an old wooden bucket at Argent's feet. 
"Mind I'm only lending them," said the Necromancer obviously amused. 
"O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo?" said Juliet In a production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. 
Romeo had just dematerialised she was sticking to the script. 
"Where did he go?" asked audience member Angela Alexander. 
"To do Lance's job I think," said her husband Blake. 
"He complained he's being run off his feet doing the Necromancer's killing and paperwork. He has to run off at odd hours," 
Blake materialised on the stage in the Romeo costume. 
"I am Blake Fire will be filling in for Argent as Romeo, He is on pressing business which he deserves" Blake announced. 
"Hi all, I'm Marcus Brutus," said Blake. 
"I'm Julius Caesar," an actor said, "I'm on, bye, Brutus!" 
"Kill you later," said Blake smiling.
Duration: 25 minutes (00:25:23)
Publishing date: 2022-07-15; Unabridged; Copyright Year: — Copyright Statment: —