Last Ride of the Blood Letters Part 2: 7

7. Without an order from Rab or Reese, the group moved forward as a unit, spreading laterally and moving around the trees so as to avoid clumping into a more visible group. It didn't occur to him that she might do something like this? Reese fought back the frustration with Rab. She could have made … Continue reading Last Ride of the Blood Letters Part 2: 7

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Last Ride of the Blood Letters Part 2: 3

3. “Jek is not trying to be disagreeable—but Jek does not understand the point of this mission.” “What do you mean?” “Simply—killing the leader is not going to end their operations—they’ll simply replace the leader and continue their activities.” “We get paid either way, Gray Face.” “That does not answer Jek’s concern, Grox—and Jek has … Continue reading Last Ride of the Blood Letters Part 2: 3

Last Ride of the Blood Letters Part 2: 2

2. The pain was always a little different. That was one of the things Trig liked about it. She’d read that Human beings couldn’t actually ‘remember’ pain—they could know they’d experienced pain, but they couldn’t feel it again by focusing on the memory. Not like Humans could kind of remember a smell or something they’d … Continue reading Last Ride of the Blood Letters Part 2: 2