Saturday, February 24, 2007

Chapter 24

In which we encounter Silas, "taking in the length of the massive marble shaft".

Eye-watering innuendo aside, we're back in the realm of super-short chapters made up of super-short paragraphs made up of super-short sentences, many of them verbless.

It's tense.

It's scary.


And you just know Sister Sandrine is dead meat, like the guy you've never seen before who gets beamed down in Star Trek. (© E. Izzard.)

Provided, of course, that Silas can tear himself away from the massive shaft. Or vice versa.


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Blogger Valerie said...

Okay, I admit to being childish. But. Snicker.

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