EX/WHI :: Part Twenty

Previous Part :: Next Part This should be an uncomfortable, strained evening meal, as had been the case every time Ami had discussed operations that had gone south. Except, of course, these were extraordinary circumstances. Both operatives remain alive and extremely well looked after; representatives of their planet, fact that was only now beginning to … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Twenty

EX/WHI :: Part Nineteen

Previous Part :: Next Part If he says so himself, this is a damn fine job. Putting down the black marker, Chris stands back to admire the completed, joint work. Massive expanse of wall is packed with two people’s reasoned observation, allowing moment of expectation that now completed, the aliens could yet wipe the whole … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Nineteen

The First Time

Everything you will ever need to know about me exists online. No, really, it does. You'd be surprised just how much personal detail has been exposed via the wonders of the World Wide Web since the 1990's, but to make it easier for you I've put together some notable moments in personal history. The 'Writing as … Continue reading The First Time

EX/WHI :: Part Seventeen

Previous Part :: Next Part His intelligence is impressive: able to translate her notes into a truth that now galvanises them both. The memory before Chris’ demise is of the Embankment, and afterwards of Big Ben, which does not necessarily assume they’ll visit the locations in that order whilst logically heading west. It is just … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Seventeen

EX/WHI :: Part Sixteen

Previous Part :: Next Part The suitability of this match has already exceeded expectations. Watching him work, Ami begins to understand just how complex a relationship she’s been inserted into, that their captors have considered long and hard exactly who from humanity would be abducted. Her initial assumption for their removal was simple: pick any … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Sixteen

EX/WHI :: Part Fifteen

Previous Part :: Next Part Chris tests legs, getting gingerly off the camp bed. Everything works as it did before: left arm had vaporised in front of his eyes before unconsciousness swallowed everything, followed swiftly by heart stopping. He knows all this not because of memory, but voice in his head that had told him … Continue reading EX/WHI :: Part Fifteen