From Post-Self
[[Madison Scott-Clary]]
Source: Iris Jay
Format Novel
Year 2350
Canonicity Canon

See also: Synopsis

Mitzvot by Madison Scott-Clary is the fourth book in the Post-Self cycle. It also includes the novella Selected Letters. The name is based off the Jewish concept of a mitzvah, a commandment that one should follow, but also an act of good done by following a commandment.

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“To be built to love is to be built to dissolve. It is to be built to unbecome. It is to have the sole purpose of falling apart all in the name of someone else."

Even the grandest of stories can feel small and immediate when it’s just one person’s life.

One of the most well-known names from one of the most well-known clades on the System, the avatar of political machinations and cool confidence, has been brought low. With help coming only from Ioan Bălan and the most grudging of support from her cocladists, all True Name has left to save herself is the ability to change.

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