The Chi, It was William's job to re-locate animals. Here's what happened... Excerpt “I thought it was hilarious.” I knew my boss wasn’t buying it. I knew what he was going to say next. And I knew that the day would end with me looking for a job over an ale at Height’s Bar. “You don’t understand, Stu.” I sat on the corner of his desk, which he didn’t like. “I am one of your most outstanding employees, but you just don’t realize it yet. Most of the people who work for you simply go and pick up a herd or a swarm, take it where they’re supposed to and dump them, never asking the cargo how they’re doing or making sure they are happy through the whole ordeal. For some of them this is the worst day of their little lives. Unlike those who take this job lightly, I –” “Cut the crap.” Stu Yeller was short, smart, and sickly. Yelling at me seemed to exaggerate the sickly areas. “No, you listen to me. I take the time to do it right. I went to the elephants, scoped them out, and met the big guy, Bricker, and his mate, Halli. Sweet couple. I told them about the new place, showed them pictures, played with the two baby elephants until everyone was comfortable and were roaming about by themselves without drugging or confining them onto my barge. “But here’s the thing, Stu. They wanted to go sightseeing. After all they’d only seen their jungle,” I said, shaking my head at him. “So I took them sightseeing. And this is where I suppose I could have made a better choice. One of the little guys, Victor, thought it would be fun to drop down right in the middle of traffic, just to see what it would look like.” Stu held a nebulizer to his face and inhaled. “You think this is funny, don’t you? You think that no one noticed how many transports were crushed? Didn’t you know that elephants love to sit on things and squash them? It’s right in your orientation manual!” “I’d heard rumors, but I didn’t know. Does anyone even read those manuals?” I said, raising my eyebrows at him. “But, c’mon Stu, no one was killed. Most people, the ones who didn’t run off in utter, ridiculous panic, really liked it. Some even laughed. I swear to you, it was a big hit!” “You’re fired!” Yeah, I knew that was going to happen. Buy The Chi, the prequel to the new sci fi series, The Sir William & Mac Life Without Slippers. Your honest review is greatly appreciated.
The Chi: Inside the monster:
The Chi, The prequel to the Sir William & Mac Life Without Slippers new science fiction series Amazon Excerpt I slipped my hands in my jeans pockets and rocked a little back and forth. Crossing my arms I looked at the Professor as if I knew what the hell he was talking about. And approved of it all. “William is assigned the task of attempting to move the Chi Pequel, named after the spiral sea of Pequel, and, of course, chi, meaning energy,” said Professor Chord, looking at me below his bushy eyebrows. “Our goal is to move it away from Fidea. Agents sixteen, twenty-three, and eighty-nine all were able to penetrate the crystal ring. “But, once they were inside we never received a signal from them. We did, however, observe a burst of light just as the ships traveled through the lattice. Therefore, our conclusion is that the high energy was too much for our vessels and that these agents, like all who have attempted, have . . .” He looked at me apologetically. “Died. POOF!” He made a small exploding action with his hands then repeated himself, more quietly this time, "Poof." “Following these images you can see the history of our attempts.” We watched as a fleet of ships hit it and blew up. We saw ships firing explosive devices from a distance, then boom! an explosion. Then a very large ship, which showed up as just a blip on the image seemed to spread toward the crystal. And then blew up. “Hold on . . . how do I get out?” Leeber stood even taller and looked directly at me. This was bad. “We are hoping that another water bomb stored on the ship will provide the exit.” “Hoping? And what percentage of hope will I have?” “We cannot be exact . . .” “A guess, an estimate? A percentage of hope? Too much to ask?” “To the best of our ability we are projecting a 7% chance of exiting.” The Professor said from the back of the hall. “That figure may vary slightly, but we have all agreed it is a good approximation.” When you purchase we are extremely grateful for an honest review. #sciencefiction #sciencefictionhumor #scifi #sciencefictionseries
The Sir William & Mac Life Without Slippers Series
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