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Author:Adria Laycraft [Laycraft, Adria]

Language: eng

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Tags: Science Fiction

Publisher: Tyche Books

Published: 2019-05-18T16:00:00+00:00

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Jumpship Hope by Adria Laycraft

Chapter Twenty-Six

“. . . JUST TIRED. I think she stowed away . . . no food or drink . . .”

Janlin phased in and out, listening to the low rumble of Gordon’s voice in counterpoint to the medic’s soft one. She really needed to ask for her name. She couldn’t just keep calling her Teardrop, even if it suited her.

 

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Author:Adria Laycraft [Laycraft, Adria] , Date: September 24, 2019

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Author:Adria Laycraft [Laycraft, Adria]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Science Fiction

Publisher: Tyche Books

Published: 2019-05-18T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Twenty-Six

“. . . JUST TIRED. I think she stowed away . . . no food or drink . . .”

Janlin phased in and out, listening to the low rumble of Gordon’s voice in counterpoint to the medic’s soft one. She really needed to ask for her name. She couldn’t just keep calling her Teardrop, even if it suited her.

And then consciousness brought home the painful knowledge once again.

She wished now she was dead and gone and unknowing. What was her father’s death in the grand scheme? Nothing, except to her. Her muscles were leaden, and she kept her eyes closed, faking sleep. There was still some hope that he was alive, and if she didn’t rise, that hope couldn’t be taken away. Yet, in her heart of hearts, she knew. Teardrop would know him, or of him. That’s just the kind of guy Rudigar Kavanagh was.

“Just give her some time to rest,” said the woman. Teardrop. Without meaning to, Janlin opened her eyes. She lay on a low cot, a rounded ceiling of beams and packed mud bricks over her. It was cool despite the heat outside. Other cots were set around the walls, each one empty, and a table and chair sat in the middle. Various shelving units held bowls, folded linen, and medical tools.

Janlin sat up. The voices had moved away, and for that she was glad. She certainly didn’t have a monopoly on grief, but she didn’t feel ready to face anyone just yet. Even as she wallowed in her heartache, it wasn’t until her pain at losing Stepper surfaced that she really broke down.

Guilty over that and so many other things, Janlin dropped her head in her hands. She had selfishly let Ursula convince her that Gordon should go on this doomed mission. She had nearly killed Candice and Weston through sheer negligence. She had released Stepper from the horror of slavery and torture right before hope arrived. And now her father might lie buried six feet under on an alien hillside. Dismay overwhelmed her, but she fought off the temptation to stay on the cot.

She longed for an escape, and her gaze fell on the table that held strange-looking surgical equipment. There were scissors, knifes, clamps . . . although all shaped differently than what she’d seen before.

She lifted a knife, letting the light from outside glint off the sharp surface. She had contemplated it before. Was this her way out?

Gordon would be heartbroken, she realized. And what of Anaya? Janlin took the device from her pocket, amazed that she’d almost forgotten.

In one hand, a knife. A way out, to not care or hurt anymore. Oblivion.

In the other, a connection. Possibly a way home. Gordon still had Ursula waiting for him. How could she not struggle on for his sake?

She set the knife on the table. It could never really be an option, she knew, yet it was surprising how tempting it was. She understood her willingness to let Stepper go, in that way, understood his desire to go, and finally made some peace with it.

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