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Becca and the Prisoner’s Cross by Tony Abbott

Author:Tony Abbott

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Publisher: HarperCollins

Published: 2015-04-15T16:00:00+00:00

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Becca and the Prisoner’s Cross by Tony Abbott

CHAPTER THIRTEEN

I don’t want to say that because the Order was after us, we were scared of the world. But we did have to be alert to what was around us. We had to observe and be careful. We had to notice everything or risk becoming victims.

Darrell would say we were leading the spy way of life. He’d be right.

 

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Becca and the Prisoner’s Cross by Tony Abbott

Author:Tony Abbott , Date: July 3, 2019

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Author:Tony Abbott

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: HarperCollins

Published: 2015-04-15T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER THIRTEEN

I don’t want to say that because the Order was after us, we were scared of the world. But we did have to be alert to what was around us. We had to observe and be careful. We had to notice everything or risk becoming victims.

Darrell would say we were leading the spy way of life. He’d be right.

Like on that train to Bletchley.

Without anyone suggesting it, the four of us—and Sara, too, now—had settled into two benches across the aisle from each other and facing opposite ways to allow us to see both ends of the car at the same time.

Lily and I sat with a view back toward London; the others sat across the aisle and looked forward. In case we needed to escape, we sat close to a set of doors.

Getting out of London was a good thing; my pulse slowed right down. Until I felt a trickle in one nostril and turned my face to the window. I took a napkin from my pocket and raised it to my nose. Only a drop. I put the napkin away.

“Um . . . guys? In my latest vision . . .”

“Did you see him again?” asked Darrell, leaning over Wade.

“Tell us,” said Lily.

“It was the day Thomas More was executed. We were in the Tower of London. His cell. Nicolaus told me the names of the horrors he discovered on his second journey. I looked them up. They’re really awful. A rebellion in China in 184 AD. A war in Europe in the seventeenth century. A huge famine in Ukraine in 1933, really huge. Millions died. Nicolaus said he didn’t go any farther into the future after he saw what he had done . . . what his time traveling had caused.”

Lily looked me in the eyes. “Wait. You don’t think you’re doing the same thing, do you? By going back in your mind?”

“I don’t know.”

“I do. You’re just passing through back there. Browsing, not buying.”

Wade was suddenly out of his seat, walking down the whole length of the aisle, then back again, without going anywhere. He wasn’t looking at passengers, not even at his watch. His face was all frowny. I leaned back with Lily.

“Plus, I’m kind of embarrassed by these vision things,” I whispered.

She laughed quietly. “You’re embarrassed? I don’t know what that means. I’ve never been embarrassed. Besides, we’d be useless without the clues you get when you go zombie. Just kidding. But what are you even talking about?”

“Not that it happens. But talking about it. I don’t think he believes me.” Wade had paused at the other end of the car. His lips were moving.

“You’re joking, right?” she said.

I breathed in slowly. My nostrils were dry. “I can’t make it sound real. It’s like hocus-pocus. All fantastic and magical. It’s like, ‘Look at me. I’m having visions from the past, so you have to take me seriously.’ But he’s all numbers and can’t believe any of it. As if it’s believable, anyway.”

Lily glared at me as if I were Darrell making a dumb joke.

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