I’ll be pretty slow getting to other authors today, as I’m attending a writers’ conference. I’ll try to get around eventually, but it will be Monday or Tuesday.
My snippet is again from War’s End, following last week’s.
The pilot was on the trunk of a giant tree that had fallen atop a tangle of smaller ones, and at first she thought that the vines wrapping the trunk were somehow also wrapped around him. But as she came closer, she saw that only a few, very thin vines actually crossed his body. “Don’t touch the vines,” he cautioned. “They’re sticky. Very sticky.”
Perhaps I should add that Kelty is in his fifties and not terribly athletic?
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