Untouched: The Girl in the Box, Book 2By: Robert J. Crane
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Still haunted by her last encounter with Wolfe and searching for her mother, Sienna Nealon must put aside her personal struggles when a new threat emerges â Aleksandr Gavrikov, a metahuman so powerful, he could destroy entire cities â and he's focused on bringing the Directorate to its knees.
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|Title of eBook: Untouched: The Girl in the Box, Book 2|
|Release Date: 08-20-2012|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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Untouched: The Girl in the Box, Book 2
Above the Podkannaya Tuguska River
June 30, 1908
His skin was wreathed in flames, burning red and yellow, as he streaked across the early morning sky. Aleksandr Timofeyevich Gavrikov was not yet eighteen. I can’t believe I killed her, he thought. I have done murder.
The air felt cold in spite of the fact that his skin was covered by a solid inch of fire. How is that possible? he wondered. The wind that whipped across his face did not affect the flames. This is unlike anything I have ever seen...unlike anything Father has ever seen too, I think...The smell of rank, stale water rose up from below him in the swamps. A river cut the land, the shine of the rising sun refracting off it. He was several hundred feet up, flying—as though I were a bird, he thought. Without flapping my arms, I can fly! Just like Father.
He felt a thrum in his heart at that thought. He will hurt me for this; worse than he ever has before. Perhaps things would have been different if mother had lived, he thought for the thousandth time, then dismissed it. I am on fire and flying through the air and I have done murder. Had mother lived long enough to see this, the shock would have killed her....