Six Sentence Sunday: Full Metal Librarian L (Pathways)

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I hope everyone who celebrated Thanksgiving had a happy one and that everyone else had a pleasant Thursday!

And here we are, again:

(Photo credit: shaggy359)(Photo credit: shaggy359)

“The only surety is that Gladstone-Klein does not want anyone to know what Jessica recorded concerning MoonShot.  But,” he said, a mirthless smile curling his lip, “but . . .

“There is no such thing as an absence of story,” he continued, as if quoting, “and I decided that if I could not follow in Jessica’s footsteps, I would try a new path to the same end.”


“You.  The daughter of Monica Henderson-Mykota.  And,” he said, “I was right.”


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Forty-Eighth ♦ Forty-ninth


29 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday: Full Metal Librarian L (Pathways)

  1. Despite the fact that Clyota is a means to an end for him, the discovery didn’t make me dislike him. They both have a purpose and help each other. Now, they’re just being honest about it. Fantastic.

    • They sure ’nuff try, Sue Ann. The whole country was restructured during the Ten Years’ War and capitalism is pushing its way out of the remnants of a martially-based emergency system. Or something. I have it written down somewhere . . .

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