Weekend Writing Warriors #15 – Revenant (Part 54)

Sunday once more and today (as usual) we have another 8 sentences from Revenant, a science fiction post apocalyptic zombie story. This snippet follows on immediately after last week. If you want to refresh your memory about what’s happened you can simply follow this link.


    He drilled two belaying pins into the floor about a foot in front of the door and tested them both for purchase. “Okay,” he said once he was satisfied. “There should be a carabiner in your pouch. Take it out.”
    “A what?”
    He fished around the pouch at his belt and took out a light weight metal loop with a spring loaded clasp on one side. “One of these.”
    Ryan nodded when Kassandra retrieved hers.
    “Now clip it onto that plate in the centre of your chest,” he instructed, tapping her armour to indicate where he meant.


I hope you’ve enjoyed my contribution to this week’s list, and thanks for stopping by. Click on the image below to see all the wonderful writers who are taking part in this weekly event. weekend-warriors

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11 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors #15 – Revenant (Part 54)”

    1. You have read it right 🙂 and hopefully it will make sense when the rest of the scene plays out next week. Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  1. Ah man, I don’t know what to think. First thought – something to do with the elevator. Really? A week? LOL Intriguing as always. You never disappoint.

  2. First time I saw the word “carabiner” spelled out, I had no idea what it was. LOL Looks like they have a plan!

  3. I do enjoy this story, can’t wait to see what happens next! Terrific snippet, in that you moved us along in the story but still kept us on the edge of our chairs!

  4. I know it means nothing since they’re both wearing body armor, but I like that he gets to touch her chest with such impunity. Blame it on what I write for a living. Great snippet, Goran. 🙂

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