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Into The Dark (Atlantis #4.5) Life Eternal (Dead Beautiful #2)

"That’s up for debate."’

I was about to answer when Derek reentered the room. Glancing at Corrine, he gripped me by the arm and pulled me out of the living room into our own bedroom.He closed the door behind us and glared at me.

Dead to the World (Sookie Stackhouse #4)

I sighed and sat down on the edge of the bed.I wanted to break the ice between you and Kiev, I said. So, I initiated apologies from both of you. I took a potion, two potions, one to turn into Kiev—You turned into Kiev?

Until the End (Sea Breeze #9)

Yes, I said, steeling myself. I came to visit you in your room and apologized. Likewise, I visited Kiev as you and invited him round to dinner…Derek gaped at me. I can’t believe you would do that.

Really? I said, my blood pressure rising. If you hadn’t been so stubborn, I wouldn’t have been driven to such desperate measures. You think I enjoy being a hairy man? Huh? And now the spell’s not even wearing off— My voice broke. It was disturbing, hearing Derek’s voice get all sentimental like a girl’s.

What? What do you mean it’s not wearing off?Dildo forest, Zorie. Get it right. I helped put that up, by the way. I took a photo of Ryuk walking around inside the display.

I’m going to need to see that, I say, but my words are drowned under the hymn-a-thon at the tent across the path. Ugh, all these people, I complain. I wish we were camping in the backcountry. I mean, don’t get me wrong, the shower is great, and it’s much easier to get drinkable water out of a faucet than to scoop it out of a river and wait for it to filter. But jeez, civilization is noisy.Well, well, well. Look who’s been bitten by the bug, Lennon says, pointing at me.

Everlost (Skinjacker #1)

What bug? I frantically glance across my clothes and legs.No, the backpacking bug, he says, laughing. You prefer the peace and quiet. That’s how it started for me. I just wanted to get away from people and think.

Well, I’m not ready to do this on a regular basis, but I’m starting to see the appeal.He gestures toward the back of the camp. You know what? When I was gathering firewood, I walked down that big hill there. It’s just grassland and meadow, but I bet it has a decent view of the stars. At least it’s away from the lights of the camp. Want to take your telescope there before they start singing ‘Kumbaya’?

Yes. Yes, I do. After we clean and put away everything, and Lennon puts out the fire, we gather the rainfly from my tent and my telescope. After strapping on headlamps—and dumping Reagan’s expensive broken headlamp in the trash—we haul all of our supplies out of camp and head toward the hill.It doesn’t take long to find a good spot where the lights from the camp are at our backs. We can still hear people, but it’s not as loud. Lennon spreads out the rainfly, and we sit on it picnic-style. I flick off the light on my headlamp. The stars are amazing out here. I don’t think I’ll ever be used to seeing them this way, without light pollution from the city. Thousands upon thousands of them, glittering points of light. It’s as if I’m looking at an entirely different sky.

Look, I say, pointing up at a wispy white trail. The Milky Way. You can’t see that at home without a telescope. Not even at the observatory.Lennon takes off his headlamp and leans back on his palms. It looks unreal. I know it’s not, but my mind doesn’t want to accept that this isn’t some fake, projected light show.

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