She felt betrayed and she couldn’t understand why.
Stockholm syndrome, I think.
Again, the gun fired. She flinched, and not because of the noise. It was like she’d been slapped.
Did he get past the shield?
Silence, no hunger, no pain, no sense of betrayal. Even Sarah and the wall of light she’d put together were gone.
Seems so. But she can’t be dead, so I suppose she’s just passing out. Maybe it’s a tranquilizer handgun, even?
A flat plain stretched out around her, but she had no body. She could see in every direction.
Oh! Oh! Dandelion time! Hell yes.