Day 63. 166 pages, 82,613 words.
The empty light-years between stars had nothing on the distance between Dimensions, a concept all but inapplicable to spatial physics. 379 more words
Day 57. 149 pages, 75,121 words.
Gornack decided to change the subject again. “So you want me to deconstruct this thing?”
“In such a way that it can be reconstructed when the time comes,” Spied’jjer rose and took Gornack’s empty glass. 133 more words
Day 56. 145 pages, 72,792 words.
Gornack chuckled. “They have to follow protocol. The law doesn’t allow them to assume.”
“Exactly. The law exists to protect criminals,” the Spider sipped his drink and regarded the Deconstructor thoughtfully. 382 more words
Day 55. 143 pages, 71,999 words.
Gornack the Deconstructor had an extremely impressive name, but was always let down by his appearance. He dreamed whimsically of being able to look good – or at least passably evil – in a voluminous black robe, but cruel fate had conspired to make him look, on such occasions, like a junior accounts manager on his way to a fancy-dress party. 522 more words