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Author:D.J. MacHale

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Publisher: Penguin Group US

Published: 2014-09-25T16:00:00+00:00

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SIXTEEN

We were done.

While Feit’s soldiers kept their weapons aimed at our heads, several Retro vehicles showed up behind them. Feit wasn’t taking any chances. Now that he had us, he wasn’t going to risk losing us again. We were each taken by a different armed soldier, loaded into separate vehicles, and driven away from the burning river. It was like being imprisoned in a rolling steel cage. I wanted to scream. Or punch the roof.

 

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Author:D.J. MacHale

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Penguin Group US

Published: 2014-09-25T16:00:00+00:00
SIXTEEN

We were done.

While Feit’s soldiers kept their weapons aimed at our heads, several Retro vehicles showed up behind them. Feit wasn’t taking any chances. Now that he had us, he wasn’t going to risk losing us again. We were each taken by a different armed soldier, loaded into separate vehicles, and driven away from the burning river. It was like being imprisoned in a rolling steel cage. I wanted to scream. Or punch the roof.

Or better yet, put my fist through Feit’s smug smile.

We had come so close to learning about the Sounders’ plan to stop the invasion. Olivia said they needed us for it to work. Since Feit had us, did that mean the plan was finished? Was the last hope of stopping the invasion gone? That seemed likely because now that the Sounders had revealed themselves, the Retros were actively hunting them down.

Everything was unraveling.

Though it was impossible to tell one city street from the next, I could see where we were headed. They were taking us back toward the dome. When we neared the giant structure, the line of vehicles turned into the open garage door of a tall, plain building. We stopped inside the large, empty garage, where I was pulled out of the car and manhandled into the building. With two Retro soldiers flanking me and holding my arms, I was hurried down a long corridor and pushed into a tiny room that looked like a prison cell. There were two cots with thin mattresses, a steel sink, and a toilet.

A second later, Tori was shoved in behind me and the heavy steel door was closed and locked with gut-wrenching finality. Nobody had said a word to us since we were on the bridge. We had no idea if we were going to be there for a few minutes, a few hours, or the rest of our lives.

The two of us stood there awkwardly and more than a little dazed. After a few moments Tori dropped onto one of the cots and curled up with her arms hugging her legs. She wasn’t crying. Tori never cried. She sat there silently, staring at the wall.

“We don’t know anything about the Sounders’ plan,” I said. “They can ask us whatever they want but there’s nothing we can tell them. Then again, Olivia knows everything. If they make her talk the plan might be—”

“Stop, all right?” Tori snapped at me. “It’s over. Stop pretending like it isn’t.”

“We can’t give up hope.”

“Hope for what? Humanity? Hope that we can change the way these people think? This is a society of animals who will do whatever it takes to survive, even if it means murdering billions of people. There’s no coming back from that. This really is hell, and it has nothing to do with the living conditions.”

“What about the Sounders?” I asked.

“What about you?” she shot back.

“Me?”

“You didn’t care that the driver was about to die.”

“He was beyond help, Tori,” I argued. “Kent almost died for nothing.”

“At least he tried,” she said flatly.

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