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For the record, that Twilight is not the same as EQG Twilight(s), but rather blah blah blah I drawed something real good. (And it's actually NEW work!)
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The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

That book is, I think, far more relevant beyond the overall arch of escape and revenge. It is more about what injustice does to the just, and what society fails to do to protect the just. Probably not the authors actual intended meaning, but the more you read into the book the more it makes you think about the innumerable scenarios in American society where far, far worse may happen…and without any ability for justice by vengeance. Nor to even imprison those who even courts agree unjustly imprisoned you.

With this in mind, the sort of vengeance the Count carries off is enjoyable to imagine taking place in the modern era. In spite of how sadly impossible it would be.