||DATUM: ČETVRTAK, 2014-11-13, 07:31:52 | PORUKA # 1|
LOKACIJA: Kwajalein-Bouvet Island
|Mrs. Strickland in talk. The Colonel, still standing in front"What do you mean by that?" |
Tears continued to run down ElenaвЂ™s cheeks and she looked drained.The moon dimmed, throwing the room into complete darkness. A shiver coursed through her and she dashed for her bed. Silly, she told herself. A bad dream, a hot flash, a trick of the moonlight. It was cloudy outside. That accounted for the moon glowing brightly and then disappearing. There are no ghosts, no visiting spirits, no brujas. She repeated it twice more before she relaxed. Calm, perhaps, but not tranquil enough to fall asleep for a long time.Once again I extend my thanks to Susan Slater, for your editorial suggestions and for all the good catches you make in reading my work. And to my readers, my thanks for your loyalty and for recommending my books to others; you make it all worthwhile. You are the best!
After the great battle the day before, the Zerg attackers had fallen back and had not attempted any new offensives. Even the strange carpet of creeping biomass that had spread to engulf Rastin's land now seemed to have retreated. The Zerg were focusing their attention on the distant valley where they fought against another group of aliens that General Duke had called Protoss. The Protoss had apparently sent the mechanical Observer that the colonists' clunky old Missile Turret had shot down.Octavia said, “There's another . . .presencethere. I sensed it, sort of the same way I sensed you calling me.”
Sam explained the circumstances and how sheвЂ™d not found any other traces of blood at the house where sheвЂ™d gotten the coat.