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Chapter 43: Almost There

Eve swung the focus of her main bridge cam toward Loggins’s voice. She should have noticed him come aboard – there were enough cams and sensors from the cargo bay to the bridge – but she’d been so intent on working with Hell, trying to track Gaffey, she hadn’t been paying attention to anything else. 1,293 more words

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Chapter 42: Fraction

The bottle carved the air on a high arc before catching the red light of a tracking beam. A patter of low-calibre arms fire followed it a moment before prompting its explosion, in a wet burst of ale that painted the air orange-red for a second. 2,006 more words

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Chapter 41: Wingman

Loggins woke from a dream of friendship, one of warm and welcome camaraderie that he’d had since he’d been a kid, only to find himself alone. 2,070 more words

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Chapter 40: Somebodies

Hound’s Tooth hummed with steady power as she carved the clouds above Pandora’s southern hemisphere. Snowy ranges drifted below, an expanse of white peppered every few miles by black motes that could have been camps or nests or simply wreckage. 1,945 more words

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Chapter 39: Bright Spots

Loggins had programmed the coordinates of the closest bounty board into the runner, so Hell had made it to Lynchwood with only one detour, that being around a speeding caravan whose guard cars were heavily-armed enough to deter any curiosity- or thrill-seekers. 2,187 more words

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Chapter 38: Quit

Gaffey woke early in her new bed in the eastern tower of Ellie’s garage, to the bright band of sunlight streaming in through the double window. 1,447 more words

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Chapter 37: Breaks

They’d been laughing and playing, having a great time watching Eve do tricks with Golem’s body, when Hell had come back with another man – Axton, they’d called him – and, suddenly, everyone started shouting. 1,320 more words

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