Quiet life, The Cycle Book 1
I lived my long life among the shining towers of steel. I raised myself high as I brought my enemies low. I faltered and picked myself up, only to soar to new heights. But in the end, I lie alone with nobody to hold my shaking hand—only the lonely sky bare witness to my dying breath. I think once more, why, what was the point in this life? What did I accomplish with my worldly deeds?
A sigh and an unfamiliar yet familiar voice echo inside my soul. "You have yet to understand." Then darkness enfolds my consciousness once more. Nothingness comes to swallow me whole. It would seem I must try again, why doth these spirits or gods not tell me this lesson I must learn.