Weekend Writing Warriors #78 – Revenant (Part 117)

Has it been a week already? It seems like only yesterday it was last Sunday and now its Sunday again… where does the time go? Today I have another 8 sentences from Revenant and, as always, these carry on immediately from last week. If you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    Ryan glared at him, though he knew that look would be totally lost on Marcus. That man was nothing if not earnest in his self-assurance. “Come on then, let’s get out of this air shaft.”
    Twenty metres further along they turned left, and then right again another five metres after that coming to a halt at a metal grill that opened up into the elevator shaft.
    Ryan twisted around so his feet were toward the grill and kicked out. The metallic lattice survived the initial blow, but the second sent it tumbling away into the darkness to land with a clang a couple of heartbeats later.
    “Hello again,” Ryan muttered, seating himself on the edge of the shaft while he secured his rappelling gear to the wall.


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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3 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors #78 – Revenant (Part 117)”

  1. Great descriptive words to describe the scene. I can see what they are doing, but I don’t feel the tension. More emotional description is needed. I imagine repelling down an elevator shaft would be a terrifying thrill. Take me with you emotionally as well as physically.

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