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Published: 2016-08-17T16:00:00+00:00

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Chapter Nineteen

NEBTHET didn’t need Aset’s critical commentary to know, this time, that things had gone wrong. In retrospect, perhaps it had been a mistake to leave O’Neill his weapon. The analysis of his thoughts and memories had made them confident that he would trust Carter implicitly. It was why she had been selected as the avatar for his Observer. He had been incredibly difficult to read, though, and they had been short on time. Perhaps they should have delved deeper. They must have missed something.

Still, NebtHet had to give Tayet credit for improvisation. She effectively played into O’Neill’s assumption that Carter had been taken by a Goa’uld, right down to a convincing, if distasteful, display of glowing eyes, and had salvaged the situation. She had even been able to get them back on the right path eventually. Nevertheless, this most certainly was not the way they had expected O’Neill to behave.

 

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Author:Sinard, Susannah Parker [Sinard, Susannah Parker] , Date: June 24, 2019

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Author:Sinard, Susannah Parker [Sinard, Susannah Parker]

Language: eng

Format: mobi

ISBN: 9781905586776

Publisher: Fandemonium Books

Published: 2016-08-17T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Nineteen

NEBTHET didn’t need Aset’s critical commentary to know, this time, that things had gone wrong. In retrospect, perhaps it had been a mistake to leave O’Neill his weapon. The analysis of his thoughts and memories had made them confident that he would trust Carter implicitly. It was why she had been selected as the avatar for his Observer. He had been incredibly difficult to read, though, and they had been short on time. Perhaps they should have delved deeper. They must have missed something.

Still, NebtHet had to give Tayet credit for improvisation. She effectively played into O’Neill’s assumption that Carter had been taken by a Goa’uld, right down to a convincing, if distasteful, display of glowing eyes, and had salvaged the situation. She had even been able to get them back on the right path eventually. Nevertheless, this most certainly was not the way they had expected O’Neill to behave.

The same could be said for Carter, although Anat had managed, in spite of everything, to still guide her to the Pit of Mutu. NebtHet hoped the injury to Anat’s face was not too severe.

The other two seemed to be proceeding as anticipated, although for how much longer, she could not now predict. SG-1 was far different than she had envisioned.

Her eyes drifted momentarily to the screen which displayed the chaapa’ai. It sat in its chamber, motionless and mute. She had not yet heard from Jenmar, and it troubled her. Upon further reflection, their last conversation had been disquieting, as if the trust that had existed between them had been tarnished in some way.

Perhaps she should have shared more of her plan with him. Jenmar truly understood the ideals to which the Djedu aspired, more so, even, than some who had followed her for millennia. No one was more deserving of the privilege of taking the final step to ascension. In retrospect, she might have entrusted him with more knowledge than she had. When he returned, she would rectify any misunderstanding on the matter.

The monitor in the bottom right corner flashed a live feed of O’Neill and Tayet walking at a steady pace across the Plain of Rosetjau. The colonel cradled his weapon like one might an infant, but at least it was no longer pointed directly at Tayet. It would be several hours still before they reached their destination, but NebtHet had a good feeling now. In spite of the temporary setbacks, this would work. Already she had learned so much by watching SG-1. She could only imagine what their next encounters would reveal.

A thrill of anticipation rippled through her.

A good feeling, indeed.

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