In the story, Moonlight, I noticed how the narrator kept repeating, “War-world without end.” It reminded me of the Glory Be prayer. The prayer follows as: “Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.” The narrator uses the last line of the prayer but associates it with the war. Now it seems that the narrator is mocking the prayer, which is unfortunate but also a common theme, since we see people continuously falling out of faith. However, the main point that I wanted to bring up is that in the prayer it talks about how God has always been and always will exist even when the world ends. Another common theme we see is that many of the characters in the books we have read have become hopeless and do not think that the war will ever end. This is the same in this book. The narrator is so used to being apart of this war, that it seems that war has always existed and will always exist. Therefore, she is comparing the war to God implying that it is as powerful as Him to exist forever.