By Margery Brown, Culverson Blair
Afro-Bets: publication of Shapes [Paperback]
Margery Brown (Author), Culverson Blair (Illustrator)
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No, but she did say she was the only guard,” said Sticky. “Remember? ” “It was a perfectly reasonable demand,” Constance protested as the others tittered, remembering Rhonda’s look of exasperation. “I don’t think she meant for the number of guards to matter,” said Reynie, still chuckling. “After all, we can’t really escape. I mean, it’s not as if we’re going to attack Rhonda, right? ” Just then Constance stiffened and looked over her shoulder at the wall. ” she hissed. ” They all held their breath.
She brushed away a wisp of blond hair that clung to her damp forehead, then quickly flung her arm out again, the better to appear downcast and miserable. She panted dramatically. “We’re supposed to be in agreement,” Reynie said, keeping his face impassive. Signs of annoyance only encouraged Constance, and she was always on the lookout for them. ” “You might consider taking your cardigan off,” said Reynie, who as usual had shed his own the moment they came upstairs. ) Constance gave a little start and fumbled at the buttons of her wool cardigan, muttering “better off” and “sweater off” as she did so.
The climate-controlled basement in which the computers were situated was inaccessible except by way of a hidden stairway that originated inside the house. Once in a while, the guards had reason to descend briefly into the basement, but they were under strict orders never to touch the computers (or even to look at them too closely). These orders were hardly necessary. If an enormous monster had lain sleeping in that dimly lit basement, a creature far more powerful and intelligent than any of the guards, why, nothing on earth could have induced them to risk waking it, and their instinctive feeling about the computers was much the same.
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