By Laurell K. Hamilton
A few zombies are raised. Others needs to be placed down. simply ask Anita Blake.
prior to now, she may have thought of them simply off-putting, by no means harmful. prior to now, she had by no means heard of any of them inflicting people to perish in affliction. yet that’s all changed.
Micah’s estranged father lies loss of life, rotting away within from a few unusual disease that has his medical professionals whispering approximately "zombie disease.”
Anita makes her dwelling off of zombies yet those aren’t the sort she is familiar with so good. those creatures hunt in sunlight, and are as speedy and powerful as vampires. in the event that they chew you, you turn into similar to them. And around and around it goes
the place will it stop?
Even Anita Blake doesn’t comprehend.
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Boredom will inevitably produce a slow but sure slide backward to what might be considered a "normal" condition. That is, a condition that for a remote viewer translates to mean no psychic functioning is taking place. Since I usually do a number of targets in an experiment, we tried something new to reduce or eliminate the boredom factor. They decided that somewhere within any series of targets, in this case twelve, they would insert an extra (thirteenth) target that would be completely different from all of the rest.
Let's make it more personal. Imagine your past as beginning with the last great moment or event you experienced. For sake of argument, let's assume the event was an accident that produced some kind of pain. One can argue that this event or moment will be pretty much fixed in time, and it probably is, at least in the way a single individual (the one experiencing the event) might perceive it. Since it is a more personalized experience, an observation that belongs only to you (the observer), it is burned into your consciousness.
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