Tucker Cummings

Chapter 28: I Can’t Remember My Legs

In Uncategorized on January 28, 2011 at 7:12 am

It’s a couple of hours later, and I’m starting to realize that even though this is a real hospital, it’s not a normal one. For one thing, the food is fantastic. Lamb kofta, smoked salmon, piles of chocolate truffles, a miraculous Sauvignon Blanc.

Later, Doctor and Driver stop by.

“What happened to me?” I asked.

“Distortion. Your body isn’t meant to travel like this, be in repeated proximity to other Margeries. You’re lucky to be alive.” says Doc. “The bolus will keep you healthy now. Think of it as an inoculation for people in our line of work. Traveler’s insurance.”

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