" ‘Well, boys,' I say in a voice an octave deeper than usual. ‘we're all alone in the big, big, big, big world for the first time in our short, short, short, boring lives. Now is the time to gather up every ounce of courage, guts, strength, and pocket change.' " So Brook, a guinea pig, addresses his two former cagemates Allen and Leone after they find themselves set free in New York's Central Park.
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