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Author:Michael Bray [Bray, Michael]

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Published: 2016-07-25T22:00:00+00:00

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Vertigo by Michael Bray

SEVEN

She was standing at the base of the tower, trembling at the idea of climbing up the steel ladder attached to the side. The rungs and frame were brown with rust. She glanced at Reeves, who was watching her, a thin smile on his lips. The wind rustled her hair, and she adjusted the head mounted camera.

“Why do I have to wear this?”

 

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Vertigo by Michael Bray

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Author:Michael Bray [Bray, Michael]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2016-07-25T22:00:00+00:00
SEVEN

She was standing at the base of the tower, trembling at the idea of climbing up the steel ladder attached to the side. The rungs and frame were brown with rust. She glanced at Reeves, who was watching her, a thin smile on his lips. The wind rustled her hair, and she adjusted the head mounted camera.

“Why do I have to wear this?”

“The climb will be recorded in real time. You get to keep a copy if ever you start to doubt you can do it. If there is an incident of some kind, and someone falls, we have an overseas distribution centre who like the death videos. There is a surprisingly large market for this kind of thing.”

“You people are sick.”

“I understand your frustration, but you will thank me for it in the end. Here.”

Reeves walked towards her and handed her a small Bluetooth ear piece and a key. He smelled of cheap aftershave and soap.

“What are these for?” she asked as the wind howled around the tower.

“The headset is so you and I can communicate during the climb.”

“I don’t want to talk to you. You’re an animal.”

“This is part of your treatment, Mrs. Sandoval, and, as a result, non-negotiable. Put it on please.”

“What about the key?” she asked as she clipped the headset behind her ear.

“The key is for your friend’s shackles. When you get to the top, you will need to remove them and help her. That will be critical. She is on a very, very narrow area with little room for error. A good head for heights and a steady hand will be essential.”

“I hate you. You won’t get away with this,” she hissed.

Reeves, as always, smiled. “I have done only what you asked for and as agreed in our contract. Remember, Mrs. Sandoval. One hundred percent success rate for those who complete the program.”

“And how many don’t? How many fall and die? How many don’t survive?”

“I don’t think those statistics are ones you wish to have in your head right now. In fact, I think a clear head is vital. Time is ticking, Mrs. Sandoval. Your friend is waiting. Your husband needs you, as does your sister. You control all of their fates. The question is; can you overcome that fear in your gut that tells you that you can’t do it?”

She looked at the ladder, then at Reeves. The photographs she had seen were still etched into her brain. There was no choice, no option. Even though every instinct screamed at her not to, she grabbed on the rungs of the ladder. It rocked against the framework holding it to the wall. “Is this even safe?” she asked.

Reeves shrugged. “That’s the original ladder installed when the tower was constructed in the seventies. It has been subjected to the elements, the wind and the rain for those intervening years. I’d tread very carefully if I were you, Mrs. Sandoval. Very carefully indeed.”

“You love this don’t you?” she said, turning to face him. “You love watching people suffer, the mental torture.

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