By Jeffrey A. Carver
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He could almost have sworn that he heard the alien clearing its throat. /// Um, yes—it did that, too. /// Whatever he might have answered was driven from his thoughts by the bounding arrival, over a hummock, of the robot he had seen a few minutes earlier. It was a gangling but speedy machine, an all-purpose recon-assist unit. It moved like a cross between a grasshopper and a roadrunner. Its synthesized voice rasped in his helmet comm. "Unit Echo—John Bandicut! " "Suit—comm on," Bandicut grunted.
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to—/ >> It's been a long journey, John. I've seen more than one civilization fall, and I've seen some saved, and the latter way is better. I'd like to help save yours, if I can. >> Bandicut was silent. They had to save the Earth, the quarx had said. And he wanted Bandicut's help. / he asked at last. >> I'll try. Let's start with a question. How much do you know about chaos? >> /How do you mean? / Jeffrey A. Carver NEPTUNE CROSSING 65 >> No, I mean the science of chaos. >> /Oh.
He waited as air hissed into the airlock chamber. Once he was through, he shut down the power and pulled his helmet off with a sigh of relief. He felt as if he'd been locked inside it for days. Climbing out, helmet cradled under his right arm, he called out to the burly repair crew chief, who was ambling over with a scowl. "Hi, Pacho. " Pacho Rawlins rarely smiled, and he didn't now. "What the fuck's going on, Bandicoot? Ops says for you to get your ass upstairs as soon as you get in. Sounds like they want to chew your butt up.
Neptune Crossing (The Chaos Chronicles, Vol 1) by Jeffrey A. Carver