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Published: 2015-06-21T04:00:00+00:00

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Kill by Numbers by Loren Rhoads

CHAPTER 10

Mykah glanced down at the comm bracelet on his wrist. “Trouble,” it read. “Wait in the elevator vestibule.”

Coni was standing in line at the bartending machines, waiting to get them some drinks. Vezali was out on the dance floor somewhere. As Mykah stood to look for them, he saw Coni’s head turn his way and knew she’d gotten the message, too. Vezali stretched two of her tentacles up to the lighting rig above the dancers in the low-ceilinged room and swung herself out of the crowd, to applause and a roar of approval from below.

 

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Kill by Numbers by Loren Rhoads

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Author:Loren Rhoads

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Night Shade Books

Published: 2015-06-21T04:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER 10

Mykah glanced down at the comm bracelet on his wrist. “Trouble,” it read. “Wait in the elevator vestibule.”

Coni was standing in line at the bartending machines, waiting to get them some drinks. Vezali was out on the dance floor somewhere. As Mykah stood to look for them, he saw Coni’s head turn his way and knew she’d gotten the message, too. Vezali stretched two of her tentacles up to the lighting rig above the dancers in the low-ceilinged room and swung herself out of the crowd, to applause and a roar of approval from below.

“Are they okay?” Vezali asked when she reached him.

“We know Raena knows what she’s doing, so we’ll have to trust she has it handled,” Mykah said.

“Either she had some warning or it’s already over,” Coni pointed out. “The message came from Haoun.”

They edged their way through the packed club toward the corridor outside. Clubs, bars, and restaurants filled this part of the station, one up against the next. People desperate for a good time jammed the walkway.

“How do we get to the elevator?” Vezali asked.

“I left my handheld with Raena,” Coni said.

“There’s a transit hub up the way. Climb on,” Mykah told Vezali. She wrapped enough of her tentacles around his torso that she could hold on. The other tentacles she curled into little spirals that she held close to her body. Vezali hid her eye against his shoulder. She seemed to weigh almost nothing.

Mykah launched himself sideways up a storefront, grabbed a railing, flung himself forward, kept moving. He’d missed this. Capital City didn’t have the intoxicating heights he’d enjoyed free-running on Kai, but it had plenty of interesting things to catch hold of or jump off of. He didn’t look behind, knowing Coni would keep up.

The metro platform bustled with revelers heading home. Unfortunately, once Mykah, Coni, and Vezali got onto the train, it emptied out as it drew nearer and nearer the elevator. Mykah wasn’t liking the quiet, but he wasn’t sure what else they could have done. They couldn’t have run the whole way; taking a cab seemed like putting too much faith in a stranger. Mykah was pretty sure Raena wouldn’t have done that, but he couldn’t guess what she would have done.

When the train reached the terminal station, the three of them were the only people to get out. Mykah waited for the attack to come down as they passed through the echoing station, but no one accosted them.

Faced with the empty plaza outside the elevator’s waiting area, Mykah realized he had no idea what to say to the guards. He couldn’t very well admit that they had an exit window in two days’ time and just planned to hang around until then. He wished Haoun—or Raena—had given them more direction.

Three Dagat—Vezali’s people—flowed toward them across the plaza. “I told my siblings why we’d come to Capital City,” Vezali explained. “Vezari is the Planetary Consul for our homeworld.”

Once they got closer, one of the Dagat said in a high-pitched girlish voice, “We came as soon as we heard.

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