It never failed to impress Stef how much of a difference half an hour could make. Five minutes in a tank of blue to get the major damage dealt with, so that Jonesy only had to do the finicky bits.
Monday Morning Raz now knew one new empirical fact: spending the night with company definitely put a spring in one’s step. Up ahead, Screen’s door opened, and a woman of Amazonian proportions, with vines falling down her back like Medusa’s snakes, walked out and headed for the elevator. Screen saw him, beckoned him, and they […]
Monday Morning Raz opened his eyes, the panic disappearing from his throat as he took in the feel of the Agency sheets under his skin. Required sheets. Required bed. Everything so much nicer than it had been in his crappy little bedsit. The air was clean. The air was always clean. It always so comforting: […]
Raz leant back as the pointy-eared waitress put down the tray of drinks, then slipped a card towards Sacha before leaving. ‘A number,’ Screen asked, ‘or a voucher?’ Sacha flipped the card around and grinned. ‘Both.’ ‘Jesus, Sach,’ Screen said, leaning her head against his shoulder. ‘Could you possibly get any more tail?’
A chirping tone caused Raz to look up from his microscope. It wasn’t a call, and it wasn’t the usual email/text alerts. He lifted his phone and saw a Vox alert on his home screen. Different to the usual displays, this one was in a larger box, with a message to attend a meeting, and […]