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Maximillian Fly by Angie Sage

Author:Angie Sage

Language: eng

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Publisher: HarperCollins

Published: 2019-05-07T16:00:00+00:00

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Maximillian Fly by Angie Sage

Author:Angie Sage , Date: July 3, 2019

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Author:Angie Sage

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: HarperCollins

Published: 2019-05-07T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter 20

Astro

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I’m floating over the evening city, which is bathed in a sea of pink, the last throw of the sun before twilight falls. The fire in my lungs has subsided to a dull burn and now, at last, I feel a strange kind of peace.

Far below I see a Roach in flight. It is a large one, about six feet long at least, and it is flying slowly, almost gliding. Its shimmering wing cases glint with a sheen of pink reflected from the Orb—it is almost beautiful. A sudden feeling of loneliness sweeps over me and I very nearly put myself into a dive to go down and surprise it. But my fear of being unable to control the Astro and hurtling into the streets far below stops me. I am floating just fine right now. Let’s leave it at that.

I allow my mind to wander and it takes me back to the slow and clunking ride in the elevator up to the top of the Bartizan. It felt frighteningly precarious, as though at any moment it could plunge to the ground and—although now it seems ridiculous—I was actually relieved when we reached the top. I was surprised how fancy it was up there, so colorful with all those dancing lights coming in through the dome. And that wonderful smell of beeswax from the shining wood floor. It made me realize how run-down and dirty our poor city is. I think I was in a strange state of mind by then, with every sensation heightened. I kept thinking of Mom and how all this had happened to her too. I felt I was in a dream, following in her footsteps. It sounds crazy, but that made me feel quite calm, almost as if she was walking by my side. I remember the big silver A on the door and how I couldn’t stop looking at it. And then walking through the door and knowing I had crossed over from being alive to being very nearly dead.

The Astro Room was surprisingly small. The Astro technician who was waiting for me seemed to take up most of the space. He was kind of blank: with dark glasses, a shaved head, smooth, raw skin like it had been scrubbed with sandpaper, and soft pink hands like a mole. I felt overwhelmed by tiny details—I was desperately drinking in everything to do with being alive. I looked at the orange circle painted on the floor with some of the paint rubbed off the middle and I wondered how many people it had taken to do that. And then the long glass door with fingerprints on it. I thought if I were the Astro Tech I would have cleaned it. I saw the launch ledge stuck out like a diving board. It looked a bit flimsy and that bothered me. The light was dim, just dull daylight filtering in, and I wondered how the Astro Tech could see anything with his glasses. But maybe that was the point; maybe he didn’t want to.

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