An unconscious girl found on a clump of floating kelp radically complicates Bernardo’s life. By all accounts, Ondas is supposed to be uninhabited. Why is the League government hiding the existence of the seafarers? In his quest for answers, the young biologist becomes entangled in a broader... read more
“He began to walk towards her, and then paused when the pilot silenced the engines, leaving only the sound of the ocean, an enchanting sound, more alive than any sound he had ever heard. A heart pounding, a wave pounding, a moment of silence so deep it took something from him. The dense wind blew, buffeting him with sand and severed bits of seaweed. He turned his face away. There were no comforts, nothing familiar to cling to, only the alien consolation of the ever-present whisper of the surf.”Narrator
“So they just threw you right onto an airship after a grueling two-month space flight? Sounds like the League, all right. This here is your first real experience of Ondas,” the chief said as he swept his arm. “Why, you’re as green as the kelp branches the storm washed up on the beach. Well, you’ll learn to like it. When I first got here I thought I was in soppin’ hell. It’s not so bad, really. Ondas just takes some getting used to.”Supply Chief Baxter Parlay
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