Six Sentence Sunday #56 – Revenant (Part 36)

This weekend has been very special. It marks the last free weekend before the festive/silly season kicks into gear and our weekends are no longer our own. Yesterday we put up the Christmas Tree and decorated the house in readiness for the arrival of the big jolly guy in red and today will be spent doing as little as possible.

It was really hard for me to keep to just the six sentences this week. We are at a crucial stage of the conversation and I struggled with the urge to keep on writing, even toying with the idea of trying to sneak in an extra sentence or two… but rules are rules so six sentences is all I can share. Though I may have stretched the bounds of good grammar with the semi-colon… 🙂

As always, this six picks up immediately following last week’s, so if you want to catch up or need a recap then just follow this link.

Here we go…

    That made no sense, knowing how a contagion spread is crucial for containment; it was biology 101. “What have your scientists been doing all these years?”
    “They died,” the man said simply. “The fact is, we no longer have anyone with sufficient skill or experience to tackle it.”
    Now she understood. “Which is why you need me.”

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7 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday #56 – Revenant (Part 36)”

  1. Man, what a heavy burden this woman has awakened to. I feel for her, and that says a lot about your writing skills, Goran. 😀

    1. I’m toying with the idea of wrapping up this scene next week and have the next scene take place a few months later. With Kassandra and Ryan reunited and about to enter the gates of hell… I haven’t decided yet or rather (more correctly) the story hasn’t told me yet 🙂

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