Apr. 22nd, 2010

mrcreek: Rana palustris, the pickerel frog (Default)
Well, we have a posse. They have a target. There is a plan. But do these sorts of things ever go according to plan?

The end of this chapter (following these four: 1, 2, 3, 4) represent the halfway point of the story. The protagonists find themselves deep within the belly of the beast. Will they make it out again, or will they be digested? Or will they be digested and then make it out again in highly altered form via the beast's colon? And if so, will the process involve literal digestive enzymes as large as elephants, as ferocious as tigers, and as colorful as peacocks, this being the typical sort of thing that these characters keep encountering? Read on.

(2977 words)


Mt. Thylacoma was a looming volcano towering two and a half miles into the sky, a mere twenty leagues southeast of Queen City's harbors. )

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