Six Sentence Sunday: Flight #26 -- Awakening

You're back for more Six Sentence Sunday shenanigans? Cool. And I've got a new scene from Flight. This takes place in Bartholomew's bedroom where he has just awakened from a nightmare/memory. (Note: A reminder that Lydia was Bartholomew's creator and the last Catcher-incarnate. She died eleven hundred years ago.) ============

Bartholomew awoke from the memory. Beside him, Claire lay still as death. Regrettably, she was merely asleep. He sat up, swung his feet to the floor, and stood. Nightmares were the Catcher’s preferred punishment for defiance. Even in death, Lydia was spiteful.


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