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Survivors of a cataclysmic zombie-making plague go away a brief protection of a refitted nuclear sub to scavenge for meals and provides on land. yet they quickly locate themselves dealing with new terrors at the floor and mutiny less than.
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It’s Jim. ” Jonathan asked sharply, the intercom crackling. “We have to talk,” Jim said, hearing the pleading in his own voice and hating it. “I really … I’m at my wit’s end here, Jonathan. I need a reality check, man. ” For several seconds the intercom did not even crackle. And then the door buzzed. Jim hauled it open, then made sure the heavy door latched behind him. The foyer of the building smelled of disinfectant. He headed past the stairs toward the door at the rear of the foyer. Jonathan lived on the ground floor.
Jonathan was smiling sadly and looking down at the table. He picked up a crushed blueberry that they’d missed and examined it on the end of his finger, then raised an eyebrow and tasted it. ” Jim looked at the box of a dozen donuts and burst out laughing. ” Jonathan said. ” “Hard drugs,” Jim said, still chuckling. “They don’t agree with me,” Jonathan said, arching an eyebrow. ” Jonathan bit into his donut, sugar speckling the stubble across his top lip. Jim could see already that Jonathan’s spirits had lifted in the few minutes he’d been here.
During the day the east- and west-facing windows let in the best of the light, and the south-facing balcony at the gable end was often where he took his lunch and coffee breaks. Sometimes Jenny came up to eat with him, on those rare days when she wasn’t teaching, and they’d chat quietly as they watched the world go by below. There were at least half a dozen people he waved to regularly—he didn’t know their names, but routine gave them the opportunity to acknowledge each other. He didn’t want to know their names.