By Stephen Arseneault
The 1st publication within the AMP sequence. In a far off galaxy, people are at the run. For one thousand years they've got fled from an enemy that's bent on their annihilation. the sole security is their domestic, an excellent station known as the Grid with a swifter than gentle force that's unequalled for velocity. Don is a Messenger now not a hero. yet usual males occasionally have a fashion of emerging to a problem. struggle is back coming to the Grid and destiny will position Don smack in the course of it. Is guy prepared for the forty third Milgari warfare? Don Grange doesn't imagine so!
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No, I won't be a party to this. " They drove in silence. "I have a right to go," Hadley complained as Laura turned onto a side street. " Laura turned around and snapped something in Yiddish. She and Dave conferred rapidly, tongues flying; Hadley glared out the window and loathed both of them. "All right," Dave said briefly, having decided. "We'll take you there and go in with you. " "When your curiosity's satisfied," Laura hollered, "then we'll give them the old raspberry and take off. " She gave a passing car the raspberry.
Hadley boiled. "It's unfair to me; what am I supposed to do, turn my feelings on and off the way you work that stove? All right—" He gouged slimy-hot pie from its store pan and laid the dripping sections on saucers. " Ellen gave him a mixed look, compounded of misery and outrage, then wheeled and lumbered to the refrigerator for the ice cream. She slammed the refrigerator door and smashed the quart carton down beside the pie. When Hadley looked around for a big spoon, she had left the kitchen, returned to the living room with Dave and Laura.
The after-dinner coffee was drunk in dismal silence. " Laura screeched like a macaw. "Not without doing the dishes! " Ellen toyed frigidly with her coffee cup. " She didn't look up. " "But—," Laura began. "I'm leaving them until tomorrow. " Ellen smiled mechanically at Laura. " As Dave and Laura fumbled into their coats, Hadley examined his wrist-watch. It was later than he thought—almost eleven. Most of it was over, of course; but there was still a chance of getting the tail end. "Say," he said to Dave, "I'll come along with you.
AMP Messenger (AMP, Book 1) by Stephen Arseneault