2017-11-29 (W) Charged: DesertIrish

If you're not familiar with this book, read this otherwise you'll just be reading spoilers below.

The first flight of The Desert Irish was a pitiful escape from poorly armed helicopters. Every part of it was bumbling which was good enough to escape with only some minor damage to ship. Head was able to pilot the ship away from harm with Vani’s help via a large portal to the Mojave desert. They were barely able to talk to one another on the noisy bridge, Head took charge to get everyone to safety because he had not taught Dawson how to fly. Vani opened a portal at the rear of the ship so they lurched backward instead of forward.


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