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Thom came back to our cubby after dinner that evening bare-chested with damp hair, face ruddy with sunburn. He smiled faintly at me as I looked up copying over a list of books we’d salvaged from the library, and … Continue reading
“That’s what I’m afraid of, y’know?” He swallowed hard, fingers fidgety, flexing and unflexing, curling and uncurling around each other. “That somehow, I’ll stop being in control of myself. I see what having those visions does to you and … Continue reading
“She’s the one that suddenly dropped everything before the asteroid…” My voice trailed away and I stared at him, mind struggling to process the implications of what I was about to say. She dropped everything and drove to god … Continue reading
He met me near the ward-lines about ten minutes later, shrugging into his battered leather jacket, the one without the spikes that he’d only started wearing late last winter. “It’s not that chilly,” I said quietly, watching him … Continue reading
“Edges are starting to firm up nice,” J.T. said, his quiet voice carried on the breeze as I approached. “There’s going to be a scar, but not as bad as it could’ve been. Been keeping the antibac on it?” … Continue reading
Kellin caught up with Carolyn and I as we were partway back to the tent, her expression tight and grim. I stopped walking and looked at her, brows knitting. “How many this time?” “Four of the seven,” … Continue reading
Thom found us standing out there a few minutes later. “What do you think?” He asked quietly as he came up next to me and slid his free arm around my waist. I tugged him a little closer, to … Continue reading
“I’m sorry,” Carolyn said as we walked away from the fire, “I really didn’t expect her to say something like that.” I glanced toward her with a slight frown. “Did you know she could…y’know. See things like that?” … Continue reading
We brought the water back to the fire after Tala calmed down and wiped her eyes. I couldn’t blame her for her fear, though I wondered how long we were going to keep it quiet, who we were going … Continue reading