So hear me out. I actually finished American Dirt and this book last week. I had that review mostly done, then I realized there was a lot I still needed to do for it (audio files, getting picture and synopsis, making the rating). And I kinda just gave up. I decided to give you this review, and realized I hadn’t finished writing likes and audio files.
I’m too lazy, Voidfriends. So you only got one last week.
202 Days Until Collapse And the Uncertain End (Part 6)
Evester struggled to run. He had broken something. A rib perhaps? Jumping from a moving vehicle was not the best idea, but it was all he could have done in that instance. A broken rib, how could he have been so stupid? Heia looked worse for wear, but she was fine. Lynx seemed to have dislocated her shoulder grabbing Heia. Not that Heia realized.
Evester rounded the corner towards where he was supposed to meet the others to find a massive blockade of cars that had been moved by the fall, as well as broken buildings. Fires lit the street, and the smell of oil was clear. They’d be lucky to get over it before it went up in flames.
202 Days Until Collapse And the Uncertain End (Part 5)
Buildings were broken, cars discarded, bag and clothes thrown about, items scaattered all over the streets. There was food, blood, but no signs of most any body as Heia followed Evester through the city.
“This district has been evacuated.” Lynx looked around. “No casualties.”
“Which is a good sign,” Evester then jumped with the sound of an explosion. Turning back Heia slowed her pace in time to see an Evacuation ship breaking free from the CloudCity. The sound reverberated through the whole of the city. The ship was large and moving away quickly. “My mother will be on that one, with all of the other first evacuees.”
These are teas I got this year that are not specifically from my tea subscription box.
Let’s talk about how LONG it took me to get this to you. Let’s also talk that I went to the DMV this morning, was done in 20min, and was so caught off guard by how fast it was, that I just laid down to sleep and didn’t want to do this tea tasting today.
202 Days Until Collapse And the Uncertain End (Part 4)
Zeydar could only recognize certain things that were happening as they were happening. Upon releasing the first explosion the others began to activate and it took everything that he had to keep them from going off.
“I can’t—“ stop them all, he tried to explain to them.
“You can.” Crass spoke to him. “You can.”
“I don’t know where, how.” It was all spinning, all confusing. Spirialling around him. Everything was too hot, and then it became cool, but his body still hurt, and shook. The noise was too much, things were too bright. How. How could be survive this?
202 Days Until Collapse And the Uncertain End (Part 2)
It was hours later when they were finally called back to the Council Room, much to Heia’s dismay. Everyone looked worse for wear but Evester, who stood with a smug look upon his face. They had not bothered cuffing him this time. There was no point. They could not contain him, or that was what Heia assumed that they would say. She did not blame them. He was far too shifty to be contained.
“Come to an agreement?” Evester asked before they could begin the meeting.
“He’s just ancy.” Heia apologized for him trying not to piss off those who could control their fate.
“We all are.” Estashia answered. “But yes we have.”
202 Days Until Collapse And the Uncertain End (Part 1)
The shakes were all encompassing in a way that made his mind blank. In some way he knew that this was not normal. Everything told him that it was not normal. The sounds were so loud. Everything was too crisp, too vibrant. There was too many emotions in the voices that he could hear. The magic was swirling, tickling, calling, crying, warning. Warning. Warning.
Zeydar opened his eyes to see Onyx with Phil looking down at him. It was only then that he realized he had been yelling. Screaming rather. About what? What had he been—
I don’t typically speak on my life, but I suppose I should right now. If you were here last month, you know I went to Europe to visit my youngest brother who is studying abroad. Getting him home is currently proving to be problematic, so if content drops back down… just know that’s why. I’m just super stressed right now. I’m going to try to get out the chapters for you today, but yeah… books. I just can’t really read right now.