2017-12-19 (Tu) Charged: DesertIrish

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

After destroying the ONYX car and leaving one man to face justice, Amos asks that they go to his house. Vani objects but Amos insists and Dawson doesn’t see a reason to say no. Upon arrival, Amos destroys the house with the ship’s gunnery and untested missiles. Heather, who referred to it as the first place she’d called home in years, puts her forehead to his head as approval.

Time skips a bit to show the calm aftermath of the whole ONYX ordeal. Shana decides to leave so Dawson ensured she was paid what she was owed for all her work and they part on good terms. Liz and Jason work long hours to keep busy and finish the ship. Amos and Heather begin living on the ship but Heather talks about leaving. Flo stays out of the picture and Charley is in rough shape mentally. Vani sticks with Dawson. Agnes shows a lot of sympathy for Amos and Heather.


Today’s word count: 315 words
Total word count: 242 445 + 315 = 242 760 words

Today's recording time: 0 minutes
Total recorded timed: 14:50

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