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CHAPTER ONE The clock read 1159 pm I swiveled around from my computer and grabbed for the last of my mocha chocolate I swallowed the last cold dregs and looked over to the other side of the room My assistant pilot Charlie Adams was seated in front of her telecommunication computer typing She felt my gaze on her She turned around and yawned Busy day she asked her bright clear eyes smiling Not really I replied rubbing my hands into my hair Well Ive has such an awesome day she teases tossing back her red plait She was a beautiful woman but I was just not into any relationships at this moment judging by the death of my recent girlfriend She was killed in one of her flight tests Something had happened to the computer The computer had crashed and the carrier was forced into a meteor A freak accident people thought I wanted to quit my job as a pilot after that traumatic experience but I knew Marie had wished for me to pursue my career in battle shipping I glanced up at Charlie She smiled at me sympathetically You like your job she asked toying with her braid Well unless you consider doing nothing a good job I retorted ManI thought Id be doing intrestin stuff likeSaving Humanity Anyways whats with all those geeks back there Whats so interestin about some rocks anyways I muttered pointing my finger at the group of young men crowded around a table in the controlling room Probably checking out the data on the latest extraordinary pebble I laughed harshly Hey Professors Isnt it time for your bed stories I called out to them smirking They looked up puzzled all of them rearranging their glasses before they went back to their work Hey Calm down murmured Charlie Dont worry something interesting will come your wayummsoon enough A sharp pitched beep interrupted our conversation An incoming message
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