High-tech

A sentence here, a sentence there, from Thinks Out Loud, a Blog at First

Okay. For fun, some not-so-random, out-of-context pulled parts from Thinks Out Loud, a Blog at First:

A thin door seemed to materialize right out of the wall, and a tall, young, engaging man walked toward us. “I’m Ted, an AltaSystemics Connector.”

“You’re probably wondering why I asked you here today,” he said with a hearty laugh as he put down his phone. “I’m AltaSystemics’ PrimeMover. Candy?”

Vaea stopped at the water line. “You had lived on our sacred island. We wanted to see if that had somehow affected you.”

With an authoritative glance at the drummers, she held a pose for just a moment, a Polynesian statue, a counterpart of a Grecian Aphrodite.

As if released from the starting post at Churchill Downs, Thinks Out Loud surged forward a fierce expression reforming his face.

“Beyond the cloud environment with quantum flux engagement.”

Our men charged. With a piercing war cry, Teva erupted and floored two guards next to him as if they were flimsy mannikins.

All the above comes together in the novel, half set in the high-tech world of Seattle, the other part taking place on a mysterious island in the South Pacific.

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by Martin Perlman

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