Today’s six are from “Tim and Sara,” the story I stuck up on Amazon this week.
Tim has spent most of his life in a state hospital. His friend and fellow resident Sara hatches a plan to escape in a desperate attempt to save her soul.
“I gotta do what I gotta do, Tim, because I’m running out of time.” Her eyes widen slightly, and she takes several deep breaths. “So I need to know, right now, are you in or are you out?”
I sit up from the floor, reach over, squeeze her hand. She smiles at me but it doesn’t reach her eyes. I realize that she’s terrified.
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Interesting six! I’m intrigued to know whether this is this set in a psych or general hospital? Cool, keep it up :-)
Psych hospital, longterm care place – the people who aren’t going to get better and probably need to be there the most.
Ooh, a break-out from a hospital!
This is really intriguing. I got shivery at the end! And best of luck with the book!!
IN, I’m *in*! Wow, so many questions raised by this little six sentence excerpt – really great!
I’m ready for an escape adventure!!
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